Film Screening & Panel Discussion –  May 26th @ 6 pm PT
with special guests:
• Senator T’wina Nobles
• Representative Mia Gregerson
• Port of Tacoma Commissioner Kristin Ang
Join Fix Democracy First and Meaningful Movies Project for a special screening of Running With My Girls on Thursday, May 26th. This is a new documentary offering insight into women of color running for office. Following the film we’ll have a panel discussion to hear from women of color in Washington state on their experiences and insights in what’s it’s been like from their experience.
Panelists will include:
• Senator T’wina Nobles, 28th LD
• Representative Mia Gregerson, LD 33
• Port of Tacoma Commissioner Kristin Ang

Moderated by Melinda Raebyne

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More about the film…Taking on the entrenched political establishment in Denver, Colorado, five female activists decide to run for office as part of a grassroots movement to take back their city.

Tired of watching their communities be ignored and displaced, five women of color run for municipal office in Denver – one of the fastest gentrifying cities in the country. With only a fraction of the funds of their incumbent opponents, the women find power through their community and each other to run their grassroots campaigns.

We hope you can join us!
Register for Running With My Girls