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August’s Hernando Green Party “Green Screen”

A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country's widening economic gap.
A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country’s widening economic gap.

On Tuesday, August 4th 5:00 PM the public is invited to see the free documentary film “Inequality for All” (2013).

Film time is 88 minutes.

Discussing numerous issues in clear and accessible language, former U.S. labor secretary and current UC Berkeley professor Robert Reich makes a compelling case about the serious crisis the U.S. faces due to the widening economic gap.

You’ll enjoy the wide screen & great sound system at the Zopp Memorial Library 9220 Spring Hill Drive.

Green Screens get you thinking and are Hernando Counties option for independent films and documentaries that one would have to travel to a university campus or a larger city to see on a big screen with fellow freethinkers.

The public is welcome and we also have complimentary refreshments.
Seating is available, but you can also bring your own chairs or cushions.

The informative and educational Green Screens have been sponsored since 2005 by the Hernando County Green Party.

Contact Suzanne Touchton at 352-666-7576 for more information.

 

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