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In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, Progressive Communicators of Washington, D.C. and Network for Progress will host a showing of “Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment,” a one-hour documentary about the Kennedy White House as it outmaneuvered George Wallace to desegregate the University of Alabama. See the trailer here.
Please join us:
“Crisis” Film Screening
1836 18th Street NW (at T Street, across from Lauriol Plaza)
About 4 blocks north of Dupont Circle metro
networking, cash bar
film screening (free pizza)
Larry’s has a full bar but no food, so outside food is permitted. Plan to bring your own dinner and/or share in pizza sponsored by Margot Friedman/Dupont Circle Communications.
No RSVP required. Show up, bring friends, spread the word! Circulate this invitation widely!
About the movie
“The only film ever to be shot candidly within the White House, Crisis captures events from all sides using the distinctive American cinéma vérité style pioneered by Robert Drew and his associates, whose cameras follow each participant as the crisis unfolds, up through its dramatic climax.” (Source: http://marchonwashingtonfilmfestival.org/films/crisis-behind-a-presidential-commitment/)
Scroll down to “Crisis” on this page http://www.drewassociates.net/Main/primarymaking.htm for additional background information.
About Progressive Communicators of Washington, D.C.
Progressive Communicators of Washington, D.C. is an informal network of people working in communications who are committed to progressive causes and organizations. Our goal is to improve the ability of our network’s members to serve progressive organizations by sponsoring trainings and speakers; sharing tips, strategies and best practices; and providing forums for progressive communicators to share information, including a Yahoo Group email list. To sign up, send an email to email@example.com.
About Network For Progress
Network For Progress is a social and media-savvy grassroots organization for the Mainstream Majority of “Sanity”-loving Americans who comprise the “Yes We Can” Movement. We have a monthly networking mixer series where DC-area Progressives, Democrats and “Hope Mongers” can congregate to network and socialize to build our community for 2012 and beyond!
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Network For Progress
*ABOUT NETWORK FOR PROGRESS
As of February 10, 2011, the fourth anniversary of the Obama For America campaign, Network For Progress will serve as an interactive and creative online/offline political, civic, professional and personally-enriching Community, Advocate & Resource for the lessons of the "Yes We Can" Movement of Hope and Change to expand on the work of Organizing For America with the Mainstream Majority of Americans (including Democrats, Progressives, Independents, Republicans and those in between comprising young people and many other under-served constituencies) that voted for President Obama in 2008.
Network For Progress will promote the use of 21st Century “bottom up” Communication, Outreach & Leadership/Development grassroots-organizing techniques for an honest dialogue to create the necessary Personal Relationships & Viral Buzz to build a Movement that is continually being revolutionized by the growth of Google, Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other networking tools but was under-utilized after Inauguration Day when the social, social media & Media vacuum of public discourse was filled by Tea Party/Fox News’ coordinated activism and only recently has been valiantly promoted by Jon Stewart’s quest for “Sanity.”
Network For Progress will provide a platform for supporters to become OUR own “Obama” who is empowered to bring PROGRESS to our professional and personal lives as well as our town, our state, our nation and our world.
“Network For Hope. Network For Change. Network For PROGRESS.”