Excerpts from Bowling for Columbine and Discussion of Gun Violence in America

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Bellevue
6:30 PM, Tuesday, March 21, 2017 PST
Location: Bellevue, WA (click for map)

Rev. Sandy Brown, former director of the church council of Greater Seattle, will lead us in an evening of viewing excerpts from Bowling for Columbine and discussing gun violence in America.

In his film Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore explores America’s culture of fear, bigotry and violence in a nation with widespread gun ownership.

Join your friends and neighbors to tackle a tough topic with the experienced guidance of Rev. Sandy Brown.

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!

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Special Guests: Rev. Sandy Brown

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

Release Year: 2002

Running Time: 120

Director: Michael Moore

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