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Meaningful Movies Inspire Action!

by February 18, 2021 0 comments

  Worried about climate change? There is a new Sustainable Ballard project group that’s formed after watching a Meaningful Movies film about car idling (“Idle Threat”). https://www.sustainableballard.org/join-the-newest-sustainable-ballard-working-group/   Here is a message on the Sustainable Ballard website: “Want to help

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SEIU 925 and Meaningful Movies Project Collaboration – By Natalie Jude Johnson

by February 11, 2021 0 comments

“9 to 5: The Story of a Movement” is a powerful documentary that takes a close look at workplace inequality. With a title that hearkens back to “9 to 5”, a comedic film and classic song, one might expect another

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by November 15, 2020 0 comments

At the beginning of 2020, the Meaningful Movies Project was operating as usual and supported 38 in-person events. By March, because of increasingly concerning news about the pandemic, venues began cancelling in-person events. It is a testament to the dedication

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Thank You Diane Turner and Remembering Rick Turner!

by November 3, 2020 1 comment

The Meaningful Movies Project evolved out of a community film and discussion group formed in 2003 and held in the Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. Neighbors, committed to peace and justice, wanted to learn more about the causes and consequences

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