On June 27th, from 5-7:30PM we will be screening the documentary, Invisible Hand, and hosting a panel discussion after the FREE online viewing. Please register for this event here

INVISIBLE HAND is a “paradigm shifting” documentary about the creation of ‘Rights of Nature.’ The defining battle of our times where nature, democracy and capitalism face off in rural America.

From Executive Producer Mark Ruffalo comes INVISIBLE HAND, the world’s first documentary film on the Rights of Nature Movement. A “paradigm shifting” story about the fate of capitalism and democracy where we find out “Who speaks for Nature?” View trailer @

Panelists include:
• Elizabeth Dunne, Director of Legal Advocacy with Earth Law Center
• Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin, Councilmember for Port Angeles & Attorney with Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF)
• Cindy Black, Executive Director of Fix Democracy First
• Rayne Ellycrys Benu, Award-winning filmmaker of the documentary The Hundred-Year-Old Whale & Producer of the Skaana Podcast – MODERATOR

*Film begins at 5:00 pm and Panel Discussion begins at 6:30 on Sunday, June 27th. If you can’t watch at 5:00 on Sunday, the film is available from Friday, June 25th until Sunday at 6:30. Info on how to view the film in advance will be sent to all registrants.

SPONSORS: Everett Meaningful Movies is the primary sponsor of this event. Cosponsors include: Fix Democracy First; Meaningful Movies groups in Sno-King, Mt Baker, West Seattle, Beacon Hill, Gig Harbor; Legal Rights for the Salish Sea; and South Seattle Climate Action Network.

June is Orca Action Month!