Film Screening & Discussion: Blank Street - Economic Hardships in Virginia Little River United Church of Christ
Blank Street: A Documentary of Hardship & Poverty in Virginia
The Northern Virginia chapter of the Virginia Interfaith Center and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington invite you to a free screening of "Blank Street," followed by moderated expert discussion.
Blank Street is a documentary film about economic struggles in Virginia, the people experiencing them, and the idea of becoming involved in your community. Sponsored by the Virginia Interfaith Center and Half in Ten, the piece follows two Virginia Commonwealth University film students as they travel the state hearing firsthand about the economic hardships many families are experiencing. From the homeless to the wealthy, no one is exempt from the possibility of hard times. The overlooked stories of our neighbors are finally told in this short film. Watch the official trailer online, then plan to join us for an evening you won't forget.
The Blank Street documentary was created b Virginia Commonwealth University film students with sponsorship from the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy and the Half in Ten national campaign to reduce poverty by 50% within the decade. This screening is presented by the Virginia Interfaith Center's Northern Virginia Chapter and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington.
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