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Special Event screening sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace of Vermont and New Hampshire and The Vermont Coalition…

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Sobering yet hopeful, Common Ground exposes the interconnectedness of American farming policy, politics, and illness. Follow the solution-driven plight of Regenerative Farmers as they make a case for soil health across the continent and beyond.

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Amidst an onslaught of attacks from a sitting President and the deadly threat of a global pandemic, local election administrators work around the clock to secure the vote for their community.

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Back by popular demand:  We are hosting a second screening of the film that some of you missed…

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Special Event screening to commemorate World AIDS Day, December 1st –

Discussion following the film led by Kell Arbor;

United in Anger: A History of ACT UP is an inspiring documentary about the birth and life of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people in the trenches fighting the epidemic. Utilizing oral histories of members of ACT UP, as well as rare archival footage, the film depicts the efforts of ACT UP as it battles corporate greed, social indifference, and government negligence.

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Poet Layli Long Soldier crafts a searing portrait of her Oyate’s connection to the Black Hills, through first contact and broken treaties to the promise of the Land Back movement, in this lyrical testament to resilience of a nation.

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Since her debut at the age of 18, musician, civil rights campaigner and activist Joan Baez has been on stage for over 60 years. For the now 82-year-old, the personal has always been political, and her friendship with Martin Luther King and her pacifism have shaped her commitment. In this biography that opens with her farewell tour, Baez takes stock in an unsparing fashion and confronts sometimes painful memories.

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Free Show: Wed Oct 18th, 6:00 pm with discussion to follow. Hosted by NAMI VT; Anxious Nation explores the epidemic of anxiety and why we are such an anxious nation. The film lifts the shroud of shame around mental health, while giving emotional insights into how anxiety shows up in our children’s lives, impacts families and what parents’ contributing role may be in the journey. While there is no cure for anxiety, we can learn to manage it, so it doesn’t define us.

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Why stop making sense? Why a movie? Why a big suit? Where do the odd movements come from? What will the band do next?

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Told through the personal experience of notable Negro League umpire Bob Motley, the pic explores Black baseball as a stage for some of the world’s best athletes, an economic and social pillar of Black communities, and the unintended consequences of MLB integration. The rise and fall of the Negro Leagues follows the arc of race history in the United States. Featuring interviews from Negro League players like Buck O’Neil and Hall of Fame Inductees Monte Irvin, Willie Mays, and Hank Aaron, The League celebrates some of the 20th century’s best athletes and entrepreneurs while grappling with America’s difficult march toward equality, including a discussion on the dissolution of the Negro League, which led to the downturn of hundreds of Black-owned businesses.

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