Event 12/16: Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion of UnRepresented
Register for this Virtual Screening & Panel Discussion
12/16 3:30 pm ET Virtual Screening and Panel Discussion of UnRepresented. Hosted by CFRB and FixUS. Panelists include member KB Byrd and Academic Adviser Larry Lessig.
The pandemic and election exposed deep divisions among the public and raised serious questions about whether our political system is up to the task of addressing the major challenges we face. Please join us for an advance screening of UnRepresented – a new documentary about how to overcome these partisan frictions – and exclusive access to a panel discussion featuring the filmmakers and subject matter experts.
This award-winning documentary explores the driving forces behind political dysfunction and highlights some of the reforms that are gaining traction to restore a government that better serves the people. It features experts such as Professor Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law School, and Maya MacGuineas of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and FixUS.
To participate, please complete the registration form below.
A link to view UnRepresented will be emailed to you with your registration confirmation. You will have 48 hours to view the documentary.
Then please join us this Wednesday, December 16 at 3:30 p.m. for a panel discussion and audience Q&A with the filmmakers and experts via Zoom. A Zoom link to the panel discussion will be sent in advance.
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