By Lu Schilling
“Fixing the Future“, a PBS documentary of hopeful people taking positive actions to pull together in the wake of 2008’s financial meltdown, will be screened November 15 at 4:30 pm. From Maine to Washington State, stories of regular Americans reinventing their way out of the Great Recession, including leaders of banking cooperatives, entrepreneurs, and activists committed to buying and hiring locally. Nobel Prize winners and economists also offer reflections on this new era’s challenges. This is a really inspiring look at stories of people reinventing their economies in a way that benefits everyone. I love it when Stephen Beckett says “Community is more like something that we are remembering, than something we are creating all over again.” So true! Join us for learning and discussing solutions. Free and casual.
Movies That Matter tackles topics of substance at the UU Fellowship of Door County every 3rd Tuesday, 4:30 pm.