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Occupy KC and Films For Action KC Present: Rise Like Lions Saturday March 3rd
By Films For Action / filmsforaction.org
Feb 21, 2012
"Scott Noble's film Rise Like Lions takes the people, actions, and words from the camps and streets of Occupy Wall Street and provides a radical, compelling and inspiring account of what the movement is about. Watch it. Share it. Do it!"
Ron Jacobs
Journalist, Author The Co-Conspirator’s Tale

"A treatise to the beautiful awakening of human heart and hope that has arisen in the American people, capturing the imagination and dreams of a new generation's struggle to create a better world."
Tim Hjersted
Films For Action

Occupy KC members will host a Q&A discussion after the film. All donations will go to help fund future Occupy KC actions and support the Occupy KC camp (the longest running Occupy encampment in the country!)

Where: St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 3800 Troost Ave. KCMO
Cost: Free
When: Saturday March 3rd. 7-9pm

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Occupy KC and Films For Action KC Present: Rise Like Lions Saturday March 3rd