Special Community Screening of "The House I Live In"
Immediately followed by a Q&A with director Eugene Jarecki and other special guests
Since the 1970’s the war on drugs has accounted for 45 million arrests and has cost more than $1 trillion. As a result, the United States has become the world’s largest jailer, and the high volume of drug arrests have destroyed low-income communities, creating a vicious cycle that must be stopped. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Eugene Jarecki and produced by Danny Glover, “The House I Live In” offers a poignant look inside US drug policy and it’s far reaching impact.
Guarantee your seat, RSVP by September 19th to la [at] drugpolicy [dot] org
NATE HOLDEN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
4718 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016