Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Film Screening in Bridgewater: The House I Live In

Wednesday, March 26 (snow date April 2) at 7pm there will be a showing of the important film "The House I Live In". It is a thoughtful video about mass incarceration and its repercussions in society to a wider audience. First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 50 School Street, Bridgewater is inviting the community - especially people in law enforcement, public service, and social agencies, and students - to join us for this event. After the one hour film there will be discussion of ways to address the problems of mass incarceration. One of the chief leaders in the discussion will be Jack Cole, the founder of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP). 
Two of the members of First Parish have heard him speak about the War on Drugs, prison reform, and related concerns. They were very impressed by his message. Invite friends, family and colleagues (above the age of 18) to join us for this evening. 
 For further information about LEAP visit www.leap.cc/<http://www.leap.cc/> The film will be preceded by light refreshments at 6:30.

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