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Friday, November 20, 7-9pm, this on-line event requires advance registration

Columbus Community Bill of Rights presents “Hard Road of Hope,” a documentary about the people of West Virginia’s journey through the fossil-fuels industry, as a one-time showing. Film producer Eleanor Goldfield will be available after the showing for discussion and a question-and-answer period.

“‘Hard Road of Hope’ explains the peoples’ history of the region through the voices of people who still remember. The stories in this documentary are many; watching it unravels what should be in front of all of our eyes in all of our struggles. Goldfield pries the viewer’s eyes open to see how the use of radical history is a tool we need in order to see where we come from, so we can clearly see the now and build a just future.”

— Orin Langelle, co-founder, Global Justice Ecology Project

Suggested ticket cost is $12.00 [plus a $1.59 service fee if you pay on-line]; however, you may view this film for free if you need to. You will receive an e-mail message with a link to the on-line event during the days prior to the event.

If you prefer to pay by written check, order your ticket on-line, select to view the file for free, and then send a check to Columbus Community Bill of Rights, P.O. Box 14741, Columbus, OH 43214.

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Hosted by Columbus Community Bill of Rights [CCBOR].


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