|Fault Lines/Post Carbon benefit screening of "The End of Suburbia" with Director|
|Date||Monday September 27|
|Time||7:30 PM - 9:30 PM|
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674 23rd Street, Oakland
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We're about a 10 minute walk from the BART station at 20th and Broadway if you running without a car.
Several bus lines stop nearby if you go public.
We're also just off several freeways if you happen to be driving.
And, of course, you're welcome to ride your bike!
If you thought F9/11 was hot, The End of Suburbia will have you boiling!
Fault Lines/Post Carbon benefit screening with
Director Gregory Greene
The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and The Collapse of
The American Dream
September 27th, Monday, 7:30pm
$5-15 (no one turned away)
"The End of Suburbia:Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream" — With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia explores the American Way of Life as the planet approaches a critical era. With oil prices at a 25 year high, and the prices of gasoline and food on the rise, this film is particularly timely. Director Gregory Greene will be present to answer questions. Co-sponsored by Fault Lines, newspaper of the SFBay Area IMC, and Post Carbon Oakland.
We recommend arriving early as seating is limited. Doors at 7pm.