Social Action Committee Film Series
Sundays in March
The Unitarian Universalist Social Action Committee is proud to present an eight week series of interviews and documentary films that are current and thought provoking. Join us at the Provincetown Public Library in the Marc Jacobs Reading Room at 2 pm, each Sunday, throughout February & March as we share with you this diverse array of topics. You can expect from us a warm welcome, refreshments, and conversation that welcomes all voices, expressions and perspectives. We hope you will join us for this community-wide offering. No fee. Free so bring your friends!
PLANNING FOR CLIMATE DISASTER
An interview with Marxist geographer David Harvey who weighs in on natural and not so natural disasters …and how we might organize our cities better to avoid them. Then, Thanu Yakupitiyage from 350.org explains why climate justice re-quires that we make movements that will reverse our policies on refugees.
SEEKING REASON DURING CHAOS
Laura Flander meets with David Harvey to talk about the spirals of capitalism and his new book Marx, Capital, and the Madness of Economic Reason. We also hear from filmmaker Pau Faus who captured in his film Ada for Mayor the unlike-ly, successful, campaign of Barcelona’s Ada Colau, from activism to governance.