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...social justice documentaries, & community discussion,

every Friday Night!

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Friday, May 8, 2015, 7:00 PM
Film: "INHABIT: A PERMACULTURE PERSPECTIVE" (92 min, Costa Boutsikaris, 2015)
With Special Guests: 
Jessi Bloom  and Dave Boehnlein
,
Authors of the book: "Practical Permaculture for Home Landscapes, Your Community, and the Whole Earth
"
INHABIT is a feature length documentary introducing permaculture: a design method that offers an ecological lens for solving issues related to agriculture, economics, and governance. The film presents a vast array of projects, concepts, and people, and it translates the diversity of permaculture into something that can be understood by an equally diverse audience.
For those familiar, it will be a call to action and a glimpse into what's possible - what kind of projects and solutions are already underway. For those unfamiliar, it will be an introduction to a new way of being and a new way of relating to the Earth. For everyone, it will be a reminder that humans are capable of being planetary healing forces.
Join us following the film for a Q&A and community conversation with
Jessi Bloom & Dave Boehnlein.
The book will be for sale and Jessi & Dave will be available to sign.

See the Trailer here: https://vimeo.com/119915612
More info on Jessi Bloom and N.W. Bloom Ecological Landscapes: HERE
More info on Dave Boehnlein & Terra Phoenix: HERE
To purchase their book, Practical Permaculture, go to: http://bit.ly/1DaGnFa
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Friday, May 15, 2015, 7:00 PM
Film: "PRINCESS ANGELINE"
With the Filmmakers, Sandy & Yasu Osawa
(53 min, Sandy & Yasu Osawa, 2013 )
The first signer of the 1855 Treaty was Chief Seattle, father of Princess Angeline.  
Duwamish longhouses once flourished in and around Seattle, but in 1865 Indians were ordered out of the city. Princess Angeline and a few others refused to leave, and we watch the city growing around them, leaving them landless. This film explores the story of the Duwamish people primarily through the life of Princess Angeline, who is buried in Seattle.  The past is present as we learn about their continuing struggle for tribal recognition today.

Join us for a Community Discussion with award winning filmmakers Sandy & Yasu Osawa after the screening.
Selected DVDs from their 40 year career will be available for sale.

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Princess Angeline
     

Friday, May 22, 2015, 7:00 PM
Film: "KENT STATE: THE DAY THE WAR CAME HOME"
(47 min, Chris Triffo, 2000)
The right to protest and the methods authorities use to control protesters are a constant concern in our society.
Kent State University, Ohio, May 4, 1970; 13 seconds, 67 bullets, 9 wounded, 4 dead. Former students and Ohio National Guardsmen reflect on the events of May 1-4, 1970, that led to the shooting at Kent State University. Archival footage, photos, and individual reminiscences evoke the emotional responses to student protests over the United States’ involvement in Southeast Asia.
Trailer HERE.
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Kent State
     
Friday, May 29, 2015, 7:00 PM
Film: "WHITE LIKE ME"
(66 min, Scott Morris, 2013)
Admission by donation. Open to the public.
 
     

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