The Devil We Know exposes how Dupont covered up environmental and health risks of Teflon
On this edition of Your Call, we discuss the new documentary The Devil We Know, which shows the impact of Teflon production on the people of a West Virginia town where harmful chemicals ended up in the water supply. Chemicals used to make the nonstick coating Teflon can now be found in the blood of more than 99 percent of Americans.
The film exposes how Dupont, Teflon’s manufacturer, and the EPA failed to protect workers and residents. Instead, they worked together to deceive the public. What will it take to hold corporations like Dupont accountable?
Stephanie Soechtig, award-winning documentary filmmaker, co-founder of Atlas Films, director of Fed Up, Under the Gun, and most recently The Devil We Know
The Intercept: The Teflon Toxin
Variety: Film Review: ‘The Devil We Know
Democracy Now: DuPont vs. the World: Chemical Giant Covered Up Health Risks of Teflon Contamination Across Globe