Join us for a film screening of, “Living Along the Fenceline,” the stories of seven grassroots women leaders from across the Pacific to Puerto Rico whose communities are affected by the U.S. military presence in their backyards. Although not considered war zones, these strategic location are part of a global network of 1,000 U.S. bases that allows the United States to go to war anytime, anywhere. Their expertise comes from living with the tragic hidden costs to life, health, culture, and the environment. The film inspires hope and action through the power or ordinary women to resist U.S. militarism. Stay after the movie for discussion.
Open to the Clark community. Light snacks provided.