730 Tappan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

The Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice hosts the September Dinner and a Movie event in which we will watch as Morgan Spurlock apply his successful Super Size Me formula in his TV series 30 Days to explore some of America’s most pressing social issues. In the first episode, Welfare, watch as Spurlock and his fiancée, Alex Jamieson, undertake a 30 day social experiment and find themselves landing multiple jobs, working 14-hour days, sharing a bus pass, and shivering in a run-down apartment. This show dares you to “take a walk in someone else’s shoes.”

Free and open to the public!

Thursday, September 20 @ 6:30pm
Memorial Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 730 Tappan (Ann Arbor)

Come for a simple meal, a provocative movie, and lively discussion.

We’re always looking for volunteers to cook!
RSVP or for more information: [email protected]

Official Website: http://icpj.net

Added by dbyker on August 8, 2007



Oops, due to a scheduling conflict this has been changed to Thursday, September 20.


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