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The Movie the NYPD Doesn't Want You to See
by imcista
Saturday Aug 21st, 2004 8:39 PM
After getting raided and shut down in Brooklyn last week during a pre-RNC rally, the volatile FTAA-IMC documentary "The Miami Model: Free Trade Police State" will make its San Francisco premier at Station 40 on August 26 at 7pm. Indybay wants to see you at the screening! With the mounting projects the IMC has undertaken, it has become increasingly difficult to finance them all, especially our kick-ass newspaper FaultLines! This screening will benefit for Indybay, Fault Lines, and the FTAA-IMC. Come see the film that has the feds talking! The event will also feature a photo exhibit by Indybay photographer Matt Fitt and a globalization update by Jesse Swanhuyser of California Coalition for Fair Trade and Human Rights.
Station 40 is located at 3030 B 16th St (@ Mission). Bring your friends for free popcorn and vegan treats at 7pm! $5-10 sliding scale.

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I laughed, I cried!OaklanderMonday Aug 23rd, 2004 11:07 AM
filmbe back soonSunday Aug 22nd, 2004 12:00 AM