ONLINE DISCUSSION of Suppressed: The Fight to Vote

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Bellevue
7:00 PM, Tuesday, April 28, 2020 PST
Location: Bellevue, WA (click for map)

Important note: This online discussion of the movie “Suppressed: The Fight to Vote” does not include a viewing of the movie.  Before joining in on this event with us, watch “Suppressed” (37 minutes) at your convenience here. Then contact us for the link and password to our Zoom meeting. More details for separate online access to both – first the movie and then this discussion – appear below.

“Suppressed: The Fight to Vote,” the new documentary by Robert Greenwald (Director of Outfoxed, Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price, and Making A Killing: Guns, Greed, & the NRA) weaves together personal stories from voters across the state of Georgia to paint an undeniable picture of voter suppression in the 2018 midterm election where Stacey Abrams fought to become the first Black female governor in the U.S. The issues Georgians faced included polling place closures, voter purges, missing absentee ballots, extreme wait times and a host of voter ID issues – all of which disproportionately prevented many students and people of color from casting their ballots.

This film features experts, poll watchers and everyday Georgians speaking to the reality of voter suppression and the threat it poses in 2020. In a race that was ultimately decided by 54,723 votes, the film exposes that the basic constitutional right to vote continues to be under siege in America.  After the film, you will hear from local groups about ways you can help protect voting rights

To join the Zoom meeting for the discussion of “Suppressed: – Contact disaak1@gmail for a password and link



Special Guests: Sister District Activists will be explaining their work and how you can get involved

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Suppressed: The Fight to Vote

Release Year: 2019

Running Time: 37 min

Director: Robert Greenwald

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