Meaningful Movies/Eastside screens “Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point”

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6:30 PM, Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Location: Bellevue, WA (click for map)

Please join us to screen FIX IT: Healthcare at the Tipping Point on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Margaret’s Episcopal at 4228 Factoria Blvd SE, Bellevue, WA 98006.

Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point…a powerful new documentary that reaches across the political and ideological divide to expand support for major healthcare reform.

 

The film was two years in the making, with more than forty voices advocating for reform, including: activists, health policy experts, economists, physicians, nurses, patients, business and labor leaders.This documentary takes an in-depth look into how our dysfunctional health care system is damaging our economy, suffocating our businesses, discouraging physicians and negatively impacting on the nation’s health, while remaining unaffordable for a third of our citizens.

Meaningful Movies/Eastside is sponsored by Holy Cross Lutheran, St. Margaret’s Episcopal, East Shore Unitarian and Aldersgate United Methodist with the idea of bringing community members together to view films about the issues of our day. We have a brief talk-back sharing reflections. All opinions are welcome.

Coffee/tea and snacks are included. A $5/person donation is suggested, but no one is turned away. All are welcome!

RSVP’s are helpful for refreshment planning, but if you don’t get a chance to RSVP – come anyway!

Hope to see you soon.

Janet Farness

Meaningful Movies/Eastside Co-coordinator

425-417-5217

 

Sponsors: Holy Cross Lutheran, St. Margaret's Episcopal, East Shore Unitarian, Aldersgate United Methodist

Release Year: 2016

Running Time: 58

Director: Vincent Mondillo

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