The Indiana Center for Community Growth and the Indiana chapter of the NAACP are teaming up to show the critically acclaimed film, The House I Live In.
The war on drugs has been a failure practically, morally, and economically, but there is also a growing recognition that the course of the past 40 years must change, and there is increasing momentum for drug policy reform from all levels of government and civil society. The House I Live In examines the flaws in policy, and what some brave activists and politicians are doing to change the tide.
The film will be accompanied by panelist discussion detailing what kind of action we can take as a community to empower our community in Indiana and nationally.
The film will be shown Friday, May 30th. Doors open at 6:30pm, the panel discussion is at 7:00pm, and the film starts at 7:30pm.
For entry into this event, we suggest a donation of $5. We hope to see you there! For more information on this event, please click this link.
This event is co-hosted by The Indiana Theater and the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Indiana, PA.