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Filmmaker Sophie Constantinou of Citizen Film, who is collaborating with Urban Strategies, Inc.  to create Green Streets: Turning Trash into Cash in an Inner American City announces two work-in-progress screenings of the film at the Western Addition branch of the San Francisco Public Library on April 16 and in the Koret Auditorium at the Main Public Library on April 29. Both programs begin at 6 p.m. and admission is free.

Green Streets tells a remarkable local story of a 29 year-old entrepreneur, Tyrone Mullins, and his peers–a group of streetwise public housing residents who have taken charge of waste-management in several distressed low-income housing communities, recycling and composting many thousands of gallons of waste each day where every previous effort had failed.

The screenings are co-presented by SF Environment and the San Francisco Public Library.