Meaningful Movies Presents: 'Fresh'
Farmers, thinkers and business people across America are re-inventing our food system. Fresh takes a look at issues such as food contamination, environmental pollution, the depletion of natural resources, and what's being done to change the agriculture industry.
Coordinated by Shannon Markley, this Meaningful Movies screening is followed by discussion. You can RSVP by calling 206-297-0875.
Meaningful Movies Presents: Fresh, Fri, June 26, 1pm, Meaningful Movies Greenwood, 525 N 85th St, Free with RSVP
Gaza, and the Future of Israeli Politics
Investigative journalist Max Blumenthal will share his experiences on the ground in Gaza Monday evening, focusing on the July 8, 2014 Israeli air strike attacks.
Discussing the history of violence in Gaza, he’ll talk about details often overlooked by the mainstream media. Don’t miss this critical international politics lecture where motives, war crimes, and U.S. involvement are all on Blumenthal's agenda.
Gaza, and the Future of Israeli Politics, Mon, June 29, 7:30pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, $5
Advance Notice for June 30
Seattle Premiere of 'Lost in the Fine Print'
The Alliance For Justice presents Lost in the Fine Print, a documentary that tells the story of three people who found themselves trapped in the legal system. The movie examines the impact of forced arbitration, which robs individuals of the right to an impartial judge or jury. In fact, one study found that arbitrators rule for companies over consumers 94 percent of the time.
Lost in the Fine Print urges us to challenge a system that violates anti-discrimination, consumer protection, and public health laws. Register in advance for a chance to view the documentary and hear U.S. Representative Suzan DelBene's keynote address.
Seattle Premiere of 'Lost in the Fine Print', Tues, June 30, 6:45pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, Free with RSVP
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