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Free sneak peek of film LEGALIZE IT + discussion w/ filmmakers+ retired cops

What: The IUCC Advocates for Peace and Justice are presenting "Legalize It", a documentary about the Yes on Propostion 19 campaign, as the April selection of their monthly movie night.

When: Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 7:00pm.

Where: Irvine United Congregational Church (Plumer Hall)
4915 Alton Parkway, Irvine, 92604

Admission: Free (A free will donation will be taken at the event)

A Q&A panel discussion and light reception will follow the conclusion of the film

Featured Q&A Panelists

Dan Katzir, director of “Legalize It”

Orange County Superior Court Judge James P. Gray (ret.)
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Redondo Beach Police Dept. Lt. Diane Goldstein (ret.)
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

For more information or questions, please contact Matt Mirmak at [masked] or (949) 689-8854.

In collaboration with Willie Nelson’s Luck Films – award-winning filmmaker Dan Katzir with producers Ravit Markus and Lati Grobman, capture the powerful and moving story of the 2010 campaign to legalize cannabis in California.

The Prop 19 campaign is an inspiring journey demonstrating that even those without wealth and political connection can bend the arc toward greater social justice.

Legalize It follows Prop 19 campaign leaders over eight months as they struggle to get California voters to approve legislation regulating cannabis like alcohol – sold and taxed at licensed stores to adults over 21.

Some joined to combat the racial bias that plagues American drug policy; others to reduce the staggering economic, ecological and social costs of cannabis prohibition.

In the end, the passion and courage of the campaign leaders, transformed a fringe California social issue into a mainstream political topic and changed minds the world over — succeeding as none had before.

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  • David A.

    Looks good!

    March 15, 2013

  • Norma

    Wish I could, it's too far away.

    1 · March 13, 2013

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