• Documentary film on immigration premiers in Greensboro (10/5)

    A new documentary film premiering in Greensboro on Sunday, Oct. 5, “From the Back of the Line: Voices of the Undocumented”, takes a hard look at how current immigration policies end up hurting, not helping, North Carolina workers.

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  • Moral Movies: Freedom Summer

    Come out to the FREE screening of Freedom Summer in a city near you on Tuesday, June 24th at 7 pm (6:30 pm GSO)! Stick around after the movie to learn about renewed efforts to protect voting rights and ballot access in North Carolina.

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  • Moral Movies: American Winter

    Come out to the FREE screening of American Winter in a city near you on Thursday, May 29 at 7 pm! Stick around after the screening to find out one easy thing you can do to help stop the slide of middle class families into poverty.

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  • “Moral Movies” coming to a screen near you

    Announcing the launch of Moral Movies, a four-month screening series that will bring award-winning documentaries to eight cities across North Carolina.

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  • See the documentary every North Carolinian should see (3/4)

    North Carolina: State of Conflict by Bill Moyers will be screened in Raleigh on Tuesday.

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  • “Inequality for All” 50 years after the ‘War on Poverty’ (1/28)

    RSVP for a free screening of “Inequality for All” at Peace University on Tuesday, Jan. 28.

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  • Special event: Free “Citizen Koch” screening in Durham (6/30)

    We want to invite you to an advance screening of Citizen Koch, Art Pope’s brothers by another mother.

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  • Examining the growing influence of ALEC in NC

    On Tuesday, February 19 at 7 PM, we will join with Common Cause, North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), the Sierra Club, Progress NC Action, and the Raleigh-Wake MoveOn Council to air the Bill Moyers documentary, United States of ALEC, followed by a panel discussion led by the national president of Common Cause, Bob Edgar.

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  • Why do the Koch brothers want to end public education?

    Our friends at Brave New Films (http://bravenewfilms.org/) have produced a new film about an issue that hits close to home here in North Carolina – the effort to return Wake County Schools to the era of racial and economic segregation.

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  • Celebrate Int’l Women’s Day with Union Maids Film

    The Triad North Carolina chapter of Jobs with Justice will host a special screening of the fantastic film, Union Maids, on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 7:00pm to mark the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day.

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  • Stop the Lies!

    Blaming public employees for problems created by Wall Street Public service workers are under attack — but the real cause of our country’s economic troubles are greedy Wall Street CEOs, their friends in Washington who turn a blind eye, and the right-wing talking heads who spin the lies. Watch this video then add your name […]

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  • Free Preview: At the River I Stand

    Martin Luther King, Jr’s prophetic last speech in Memphis, TN on April 3, 1968, the night before his assassination (aka, the Mountaintop Speech). Remembering MLK, Jr. as champion of economic justice A few years ago at our annual summer school for union members – Carolina Labor School – we screened the documentary At the River […]

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