Film Showings

FILM SHOWINGS FRIDAY, MAY 29

9:00-9:10 PM A NEW POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN FOR TODAY
Hear from leading voices in the effort to help jump start a Poor Peoples Campaign.
Presented by The Poverty Initiative at the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice

9:15-9:50 PM THIRSTY FOR JUSTICE
Thirsty for Justice shares the inspiring story of the grassroots movement that made the human right to water the law of the land in California.
Presented by the Environmental Coalition for Water Justice

9:55-10:00 PM
MOTOR CITY MOM: RUBY MCCOY FIGHTS FOR HER HOME

Rubbie McCoy is a plaintiff in the ACLU’s case holding Morgan Stanley accountable for leading discriminatory lending practices made profitable by Wall Street.
Presented by The ACLU of Michigan

10:00-11:00 PM
WE ARE NOT GHOSTS

Detroiters are reinventing the old Motor City as a vibrant new self-sustaining and human-scaled city for a post industrial world.
Presented by the Boggs Center

11:05-11:10PM
YOUTH ARE JOINING: HEALING STORIES

A look back at the Healing Stories series, compiled by the youth of Michigan Roundtable
Presented by Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion

DETROIT SOCIAL MOVEMENTS GATHERINGS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FILM SHOWCASE


FILM SHOWINGS: SATURDAY, MAY 30
9:00-9:30 PM WAAWAASE’AAGAMING (THE SHINING LAKE)
A unique look into the First Nation history and personality of Lake Simcoe. Lake Simcoe is one
of the largest fresh water lakes in North America. But development and the consequential increased environmental upheaval are changing the watershed.

Presented by Great Lakes Commons

9:35-9:45 PM HERE’S TO FLINT
When Flint, Michigan’s water system is put under the control of the city’s emergency management, residents fall ill from contaminated water. Presented by The ACLU of Michigan

10:00-10:15 PM TAKING OVER, TAKING BACK

10:20-11:10 PM
THE WATER FRONT

Set in Highland Park, Michigan, The story touches on the very essence of our democratic system and is an unnerving indication of what is in store for residents around the world facing their own water struggles.
Presented by Food and Water Watch, Michigan

11:15-11:25 PM
I DO MIND DYING (EXTENDED TRAILER)

Scenes from the film-in-progress about Detroit’s water shutoff crisis, and the community’s response. Presented by Kate Levy

11:30-11:50PM
THE DIGITAL DISRUPTION

The Chicago-Anti-Eviction Campaign works
to put displaced families into foreclosed homes. In
fluenced by the civil disobedience of the civil rights movement, their tactics don’t always align with the law.
Presented by The Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign

Technology & Economics for the 99%: What are the roots of this crisis, and how do we solve it? Presented by Peter Brown 

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