Invisible Hand

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7:00 PM, Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

INVISIBLE HAND is the world’s first documentary film on the Rights of Nature Movement. Executive Producer, Mark Ruffalo, states “You hear time and time again that a corporation has the rights of a person. The idea that Nature has no rights whatsoever is absurd.”

This “paradigm shifting” story raises questions about the fate of capitalism and democracy and asks us all to consider the perspective of “Who speaks for Nature?” Invisible Hand documents front line communities that are providing a blueprint forward.

This film will inspire us all to become a nation of communities working to create the systemic changes that are needed to protect the fragile ecosystem we inhabit.

This screening is co-hosted by Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies and East Shore’s Climate Action Team.

Please join Meaningful Movies Bellevue and Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies for this award-winning film and speaker.

Contact Dave Isaak for ZOOM Link:  disaak1@gmail.com

Please join Meaningful Movies Bellevue for this award-winning film followed by a Q & A. Our guest speakers will be Dr. Kriss Kevorkian, Founder and CEO of A Grieving World and Founder of Legal Rights for the Salish Sea and also Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin, an attorney at Shearwater Law PLLC who has worked for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund since 2013 and is currently a Port Angeles City Councilmember.

Special Guests: Dr. Kriss Kevorkian, Founder and CEO of A Grieving World and Founder of Legal Rights for the Salish Sea and also Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin, an attorney at Shearwater Law PLLC who has worked for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund since 2013 and is currently a Port Angeles City Councilmember.

Sponsors: co-hosted Bellevue Meaningful Movies  Mt. Baker Meaningful Movies East Shore’s Climate Action Team.  

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/meaningfulmoviebellevue/

Release Year: 2018

Running Time: 1hr 13 min

Director: Maria Valeria Berros, Issac Goeckeritz, María Valeria Berros, Hal Crimmel

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