Inherent Good

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
7:00 PM, Tuesday, April 23, 2024 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

Join us for INHERENT GOOD, a 60-min. documentary that introduces an increasingly popular grassroots idea: Universal Basic Income (UBI). A vehicle to transform the American economy, UBI has the potential to make our society one that is thriving, sustainable, and centered around the well-being and deservedness of all people. Just imagine what a difference a guaranteed income could make in people’s lives! INHERENT GOOD features comedian and “Liberal Redneck” Trae Crowder as well as former presidential candidate and entrepreneur, Andrew Yang. Please stay for the discussion immediately following the film.

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 “Screening courtesy of BayView Entertainment”

Please join us for this thought-provoking film presenting a possible solution to the swelling economic anxiety and wealth inequality in America.

Cost: Free but we gratefully welcome your generous donations, which play a vital role in covering the expenses while presenting the films we screen. Your support means the world to us!

Sponsors: East Shore Unitarian Church

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Release Year: 2021

Running Time: 60 min

Director: Steve Borst

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  1. Sharon
    #1 Sharon 19 April, 2024, 10:17

    I missed the screening event in Tacoma with a panel after with Mayor Woodwards because of a parking and walking problem so I am so pleased to have this opportunity to zoom this film. Thank you.

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