Thursday, March 1, 2012

New documentary: "Heist: Who Stole the American Dream" NYC screenings Mar 2-4

Rebuild the Dream

Dear Ray,
We want to let you know there’s a great movie coming to you in New York City this weekend, March 2-4.  Heist: Who Stole the American Dream is a powerful documentary that connects the dots to show you how and why we live in an era of class warfare, and what we can do to restore democracy and economic fairness.
Heist tells the tale of our country’s financial collapse and the devastation that ensues -- and what we can do about it.  We know that big corporations have played a huge role instealing our democracy and busting the economy.  We know families and communities are struggling across the country.  We also know that hope and change can and must grow from the shambles we're in -- people are organizing everywhere to demand and create solutions. Heist is a rallying cry of all of us, the 99%. Check out the film! 
Our moment to transform the American economic and political landscape is here. What will it take to shift power from organized money to organized people? The film is showing for a full week, starting March 2. During the opening weekend, you'll get to meet and talk with the filmmakers. Join in the discussion of what we can do together, as we launch into a people-powered, action-packed spring for the 99%.
Hope to see you there!
Natalie and the rest of the Rebuild the Dream TeamHeist: Who Stole the American Dream
p.s. You can find out more about the film here.  For more details about the screening in NYC, click here.

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