The Koch Brothers Exposed being shown this Thursday at the Bloom Collective
This Thursday, September 20, the Bloom Collective will be hosting a screening the documentary The Koch Brothers Exposed.
The film takes an in depth look at the political and economic power the Koch brothers have in US policy and the consequences to the democratic process, worker rights, public health, public education and environmental destruction.
However, according to the Bloom Collective Facebook event, they will only being showing part of the film.
This will be more than just a film screening, as the film will be intermixed with other media, resources, and research which will better enable us to capture the true nature of power, thus empowering us to take that power back.
In addition, we’ll screen the trailer for Untouchable Waters, a film being produced locally about Plaster Creek (a Grand River tributary) and how it has become so toxic people cannot touch it without being harmed. More on that project can be found on their facebook page.
Koch Brothers Exposed
Thursday, September 20
671 Davis NW, Grand Rapids – lower level
$3 suggested donation