Not Going Quietly

Although this may be mostly for our members in the Los Angeles area, and even though this is a bit last minute, we wanted to share that one of our CWA member-organizers is the subject of a documentary that speaks to social justice issues … one of the three points of our CWA union triangle. We invite you to click on the links and attend the film’s opening, if you are confident to go out at this time. If you are unable to get to a showing of the film, like many other documentaries and entertainment films, it may soon be on streaming services and other outlets. We encourage everyone to watch and be inspired by our brother, Ady Barken.
In unity, 
Michael Ferreira


Dear Local Presidents,
I apologize for the last minute notice, but I wanted to let you know about a new film that is premiering tomorrow, Thursday, August 12th and will run all week.  The film will be shown at the Town Center 5 (17200 Ventura Blvd UNIT 121, Encino, CA 91316).  You can purchase tickets here
Not Going Quietly is an inspiring documentary about community organizer, activist, and CWA member Ady Barkan. After being diagnosed with ALS, Ady committed himself to using what time he has left to travel across the country on the Be A Hero Tour to fight for healthcare access for all and encourage voter turnout.  Click here to see the trailer on  Not Going Quietly
In unity,
Liz Sorenson, Area/Political Director
CWA District 9