Join us for a screening of films about local struggles for justice

Join Media Mobilizing Project for an evening of short films about people transforming their communities and building power. Produced in partnership with the No215Jail Coalition, UNITE HERE, Philly SUN, and Atlantic City Citizens Against the State Takeover.

All films were produced by participants in MMP’s Movement Media Fellows Program, an intensive hands-on training in film production to support community-led campaigns for rights and justice. A short panel discussion with the people and groups depicted in the films will follow the screening. Refreshments will be provided.

Admission is sliding scale, $5 – $20, and is free for MMP sustainers.

Films:

• “Bring Them Home”
The No215Jail Coalition is campaigning to bring home our neighbors and end cash bail in Philadelphia, a city where most people in jail are there because they can’t afford to pay bail.

• “Ismael Jimenez: Helping communities define themselves”
• “Zakia Royster: We’re worth so much more”
• “Dontae Privette: On the field, off the field, in our schools”
Parents, teachers, and neighborhood leaders working with PhillySUN share their work and their vision for the future of Philadelphia public schools in a series of profile vignettes.

• “Thirst for Justice – The Fight for Atlantic City’s Water”
Atlantic City residents fought and won against an undemocratic push to privatize the city’s water supply. See how they did it.

• “Reimagining Resistance with UNITE HERE”
Airport workers are taking a stand for their rights. Meet some of the people fighting for justice on the job.

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