It has been an uphill battle to recover from the recent economic crisis. What led to where we are today was the deliberate transfer of wealth from middle class and the poor to the wealthiest members of America. Isn’t it time to act and prepare for a long-term rebuilding of a broken system? “Heist: Who Stole the American Dream” is a documentary discussing the roots of the American economic crisis. Let’s do our part and shift some of our spending back to local communities and help create a fair and sustainable economy.
To learn more about the events that led to this economic crisis, check out the screening of Heist followed by a panel on April 19 at 7pm at Grand Lake Theater in Oakland. Cost is $15 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors. Another screening will be held at 9:30pm and the cost is $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors. You can purchase tickets online here.
Grand Lake Theater is located at 3200 Grand Lake Ave. in Oakland.
Does this look like a film worth seeing to learn more about how we can take back the American dream?