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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Mann v. Ford for showing how industry,
for the sake of profits, violates the rights of citizens to their
property and their rights to live in a safe environment.

Mann v. Ford
After years of toxic dumping,
one small community is fighting for its life.

Mann v. Ford (2011) - 105 minutes
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After years of toxic dumping, one small community is fighting for its life.

The close-knit Ramapough Mountain Indian tribe has lived in the pristine hills and forests of Northern New Jersey for hundreds of years. Beginning in the 1950s, their new neighbor, the Ford Motor Company, began dumping toxic waste in their backyard. The working-class residents of Ringwood, New Jersey have suffered from a range of ailments, including skin problems, bleeding disorders and increased rates of cancer and miscarriage ever since. The EPA placed Ringwood on the Federal Superfund Priorities list in the 1970s and the site was officially "cleaned up" and taken off the list in the 1990s. Yet the toxins remained. After years of community effort, the EPA admitted it had "missed" nearly 80 percent of the toxins and returned the Ramapough's homeland to the Superfund list (the first time this had ever happened). Mann v. Ford follows the Ramapough Mountain Indian tribe's search for justice through a mass-action lawsuit against the Ford Motor Company, highlighting the challenges of bringing such cases to court, much less winning them. This film charts the community's epic battle against one of the most powerful corporations in America and our flawed environmental guardians at the EPA to secure a healthy future for their children through a major lawsuit.

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Mann v. Ford
After years of toxic dumping,
one small community is fighting for its life.

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Mann v. Ford for showing how industry,
for the sake of profits, violates the rights of citizens to their
property and their rights to live in a safe environment.