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Regenerating Community Film Screening, Seattle, Washington

Join the Rainier Beach Chapter of Meaningful Movies for a screening of "Regenerating Community," a documentary about the transformation of a community in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Regenerating Community Film Screening, Seattle, Washington
Regenerating Community Film Screening, Seattle, Washington

Time & Location

May 11, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Seattle, 6038 S Pilgrim St, Seattle, WA 98118, USA

About the event

In Cleveland’s ‘Forgotten Triangle,’ Regenerating Community by Thriving Communities narrates a remarkable transformation and resilience from 2010 to today. The documentary highlights the metamorphosis of a once overlooked area, burdened by the remnants of illegal dumping, into a thriving hub of urban agriculture that radiates community pride. The story extends beyond the physical reclamation of land. It provides an intimate look at the individuals who spearheaded this revival, breathing new life into their neighborhood and fostering a profound sense of belonging and dignity among its residents.

The journey is anchored by the Rid-All Green Partnership, founded by childhood friends Keymah Durden, Randy McShepard, and the late Damien Forshe, whose vision in 2009 set the stage for this extraordinary revival. Regenerating Community illuminates Rid-All’s approach, which intertwines sustainable farming with community building, highlighting how this venture has catalyzed job creation, enhanced access to healthy food, and nurtured strong community ties. Through the transformation of the land—from a neglected dumping ground to a vibrant urban farm—the film celebrates the legacy of Damien Forshe and the enduring impact of Rid-All’s work, showcasing the power of regenerative agriculture to not only rejuvenate the earth but also to unite and empower communities.

Please join us on Saturday, May 11 at 7:00 pm (PST) for this event at Rainier Beach Community Club, 6038 S. Pilgrim St., Seattle.

Cost: Screenings are free, yet we gratefully accept donations to cover the costs of our venues, films, and speaker honorariums. Your generosity helps keep meaningful conversations happening.

Special Guests: Jerry Millhon, film director and founder of Thriving Communities and Nurhaliza Mohamath, food justice coordinator at RBAC

Sponsors: Rainier Beach Community Club www.rainierbeachcommunityclub.org

For more info: Meaningful Movies

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