Jefferson County Move to Amend film screening of The New Corporation
6:30 PM, Monday, May 9, 2022 PST Please join Meaningful Movies Port Townsend and co-sponsor Jefferson County Move to Amend for our online screening of The New Corporation.
Join us via Zoom. https://zoom.us/j/96698666643
Panel follows screening.
More info: https://meaningfulmovies.org/events/the-new-corporation/
Linda Brewster is a retired psychologist and member of the local chapter of Move to Amend in Jefferson County. She was a volunteer for and, in 2016, the campaign chair for Washington State’s Initiative 735. the initiative to Get Big Money out of Elections and to overturn corporate personhood rights. She is currently president of Fix Democracy First, a non-partisan organization whose mission is to work for the will of the people and not the power of money.
Crystie Kisler is co-founder of Finnriver Farm & Cidery, a 50 acre organic farm and craft Cidery operating a rural community gathering space with a mission to reconnect people to the land that sustains us and to grow community. A former school teacher and environmental educator, Crystie and her partners came into business with an aspiration to try to ‘do good’ with their company. They became a Certified B Corporation to establish accountability for their commitment to the quadruple bottom line of people, planet, purpose and profit. Crystie will share her perspectives on that effort.
A long-time activist and recovering Seattle-ite, Lisa worked for many years toward universal health care with Washington Community Action Network. Now retired to the Peninsula, she is on the Indivisible Sequim steering committee and is proud to have been part of the campaign that ousted four right-wing extremists on the Sequim City Council last November. She’s also on the board of PSARA, Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action and will talk about how corporations are working to fully privatize Medicare through Medicare Advantage and ACO REACH.