“We’re Not Broke” film Nov. 25 at Winchester UU

Dear Occupy Friends and Neighbors with an interest in economic justice,

“We’re Not Broke” is an acclaimed documentary about how U.S. corporations have been able to hide over a trillion dollars from the IRS … about how legislators use the claim that we’re broke to cut services and lay off workers … and about how seven fed-up Americans from across the country acted on their frustration and vowed to make corporations pay their fair share.

The event is free and open to the public, sponsored by Occupy Winchester

It will be shown at the Winchester Unitarian Society at 4 p.m. this Sunday, November 25th.

A discussion afterwards will be co-led by Chris Priest, one of the people featured in the film and a member of US Uncut, and Chuck Collins, a long-time activist on issues of income inequality and the concentration of wealth (and our Shinn Speaker next February 3rd).

The Winchester Unitarian Society is at 478 Main Street, just south of Winchester Center. Use the door on Main Street marked “church office.” There is no admission charge, and the church is wheelchair accessible. A flier is attached.

Please forward this invitation to anyone you think would want to know about this opportunity or invite them through our facebook page.

Occupy Arlington Media WG

Flyer: We’re Not Broke flyer – 11-25-12