Fix Democracy First presents “Slay The Dragon”

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
6:00 PM, Tuesday, June 30, 2020 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Fix Democracy First had so many requests to show this film again, they couldn’t say no, so on June 30 at 6pm PT join Fix Democracy First, FairVote Washington and the League of Women Voters of WA for a 2nd online film screening and panel discussion on gerrymandering. Meaningful Movies Project is co-hosting this event.

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“Slay the Dragon” is a 2019 documentary film about gerrymandering in the United States from Participant, directed by Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance. The film follows citizens’ groups as they work to end the practice of gerrymandering, which they see as undermining democracy. It features Katie Fahey, the activist who founded Voters Not Politicians and led a successful grassroots campaign to ban partisan gerrymandering in Michigan.

The event will also feature a discussion on gerrymandering reforms with:
Cindy Black, Fix Democracy First, Executive Director – Moderator
Lisa Ayrault, FairVote WA, Director
Mohit Nair, FairVote WA, Partnerships Director
Alison McAffree, LWV of WA, Census & Redistricting Issues Chair

This is a FREE event, but we encourage people to support your local theaters and purchase an online ticket here:

Register Here:–fxcEIZ_g

Release Year: 2019

Running Time: 1 hr 41 min

Director: Chris Durrance, Barak Goodman

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