Trickle Down Town screening & discussion

  • Monday, March 25, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • University District


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Wondering how you can help homeless people in Seattle?  Want to learn more about our housing crisis? 

Join us on Monday, March 25th for an engaging evening with Kavana friends to learn, discuss and brainstorm.

Kavana is pleased to present a special showing of the documentary "Trickle Down Town."  This is a locally created film that presents the stories of several people experiencing homelessness, and some Seattle area neighbors who are taking action to help them.  The film grew out of photographer Tomasz Biernacki’s volunteer work with the Camp Second Chance "tiny house" community in West Seattle, which is featured in the film.  

Filmmaker Tomasz Biernacki will attend our special showing and be available afterwards to speak with us about various formal and grass roots efforts being made in the Seattle area to help people gain stable, affordable housing.  Our very own Kavana partner Brooke Brod, who serves as a community advisor to the Northlake Village tiny house community and is a deeply knowledgeable housing justice advocate, will also lead a short post film conversation about ways we can become involved in creating housing solutions.  Kavana's (informal) social justice committee has several ideas and activities planned throughout the year centered around sheltering our neighbors.  We welcome your input and energy. 

The film is appropriate for middle school and high schools students, and please feel free to invite friends and neighbors outside the Kavana community. 

Note: If you cannot attend this showing, but would like to see the film, please check the filmmaker's page for other locations/dates:

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