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To Prison for Poverty and The Koch Brothers Exposed 2014
Sat, Oct 11, 2014 7pm
325 N. Franklin St., Fort Bragg · Cost: Free
To Prison for Poverty and The Koch Brothers Exposed 2014
Oct 7, 2014
On Sat. October 11 at 7 PM at 325 N. Franklin St. Films for Action Fort 
Bragg will screen two new releases from Robert Greenwald's Brave New 
Films.  At 7 PM we will be showing To Prison for Poverty, a 16 minute 
film on the growing problem of for-profit parole services.  Do you think 
that we have eliminated Debtor's Prison in the US?  This film will 
convince you otherwise.
At 7:30 PM we will show The Koch Brothers Exposed 2014, a new 55 minute 
version of the eye-opening documentary that exposes the dubious 
political practices of the owners of Koch Industries, who own the Fort 
Bragg Mill site.  These two brothers are worth more that $100 Billion, 
and they have plans for YOU!
Please join us at 325 N. Franklin St. in downtown Fort Bragg on Sat. 
October 11 at 7 PM for To Prison for Poverty, and at 7:30 for The Koch 
Brothers Exposed 2014. Thank you
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To Prison for Poverty and The Koch Brothers Exposed 2014