This screening is a double feature about some troubling issues facing women and adolescent girls. These films examine teenage relationship violence as well as modern advertising's depiction of idealized female beauty and gender stereotypes. See More
February 3, 2012 at 7pm to February 23, 2012 at 7pm
02/02 - Blood in the Mobile (conflict minerals in the Congo) 02/03 - Revenge of the Electric Car (at Hooked on Colfax) 02/09 - Israel vs. Israel (Israeli activism against the occupation of Palestine) 02/16 - Double Feature about the Images of Adolescent Girls and Women02/23 - Divided Highways (destructive effects of America's highway system)See More
February 24, 2012 at 8am to February 25, 2012 at 5pm
Democracy School workshops provide pivotal insights into how our current system of self governance works and how it can be made to better serve our interests in determining for ourselves what our communities will look like in the future instead of having these outcomes determined by corporations. The Comminuty & Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) has become the principal adviser to residents and municipal governments as they transition from merely regulating corporate harms to…See More
"I have similar concerns. I see many different directions and topics that members of transition focus upon, but while the various efforts tie directly to the aim of facing the challenges of peak oil, climate change and zero waste, they do…"
Iraq veteran Robynn Murray and director Sara Nesson will appear in-person to host the Denver premier of Academy Award-nominated documentary Poster Girl. Poster Girl tells the story of Robynn Murray, an all-American high school cheerleader turned "poster girl" for women in combat. This film tells the powerful and often overlooked story of the struggles facing women combat veterans. Poster Girl was nominated for the 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. Iraq vet Robynn Murray…See More
Argusfest film screenings: Can a state put its money to work creating jobs, helping local businesses, and increasing tax revenues for the state? According to Ellen Brown, a civil litigation attorney and author of Web of Debt, a state can do this by forming its own bank, following the lead of the state-owned Bank of North Dakota (BND). The BND has allowed North Dakota to maintain its economic sovereignty. A Must See!!See More