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by November 2, 2017 0

Ten years after the Academy Award-winning documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” brought climate change to the forefront of mainstream culture, former Vice President Al Gore continues his fight to educate the next generation of climate champions.  This compelling follow-up, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power,” shows that while the stakes have never been higher, the solutions to the climate crisis are still within our reach.  With superb cinematography, an excellent soundtrack and focused storyline, this is a powerful, must-see documentary.

MMP is excited to team with Washington Women for Climate Action Now for this Network Series. WWCAN engages and empowers women to lead on equitable climate action across Washington state. They mobilize women to act on climate at home and at local, state, and federal levels. Through sustained, targeted, and creative action, they fuel our women’s climate movement to combat the threat and impacts of climate change.  WWCAN will be attending events to answer questions about thier organization.

Here are the dates and locations for the MMP Network Screening Series:


November 3         Wallingford

November 4         West Seattle

November 10       Wedgwood

November 22       Ridgefield

December 15        Issaquah

January  8            Port Townsend & Renton

January 19           Kirkland

January 25           Mt. Baker

February 10          Everett

February 15          Vancouver

February 25          Ballard

March 10               Queen Anne

March 10               Sno-King (Edmonds)

March 13                Beacon Hill

April 13                  Woodinville & Gig Harbor

April  26                Tacoma

May 15                   Eastside

Information on each venue can be found here.

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