November 27, 2012 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Narrated by renowned journalist Katrina vanden Huevel, editor of The Nation, Alliance for Justice's new documentary, Unequal Justice, examines the pro-big-business agenda of the Supreme Court and the consequences for ordinary Americans. Through interviews with experts and people affected by recent Supreme Court decisions, the film shows how the Court’s pro-corporate bias weakens the core concept of fairness at the heart of American law.
DC Screening of Unequal Justice: The Relentless Rise of the 1% Court
Tuesday, November 27
6:30 Screening and Panel Discussion
The panel will feature:
Nan Aron, President, Alliance for Justice
Craig Becker, Co-General Counsel, AFL-CIO
Pam Gilbert, Partner, Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca and former Executive Director of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Sarita Gupta, Executive Director, Jobs with Justice and American Rights at Work
Linda Lipsen, CEO, American Association for Justice
Judy Scott, General Counsel, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
Service Employees International Union
1800 Massachusetts Ave NW
This event is FREE but registration is required. RSVP to Anais Duran, ADuran@rabengroup.com
or please call 202.466.8585.
Alliance for Justice (AFJ) is a national association of over 100 organizations, representing a broad array of groups committed to progressive values and the creation of an equitable, just, and free society. AFJ works to ensure that the federal judiciary advances core constitutional values, preserves human rights and unfettered access to the courts, and adheres to the even-handed administration of justice for all Americans. It is the leading expert on the legal framework for nonprofit advocacy efforts, providing definitive information, resources, and technical assistance that encourages organizations and their funding partners to fully exercise their right to be active participants in the democratic process. Since 1994, Alliance for Justice has produced award-winning documentary films that bring attention to critical public policy issues.