Program 19: Protecting Tenants, Fighting for a Living Wage and the Reality of Homelessness

  • Cinema Village E 12th St New York, NY United States

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CASA (Community Action For Safe Apartments)Films - Organizing tenants to protect their housing rights in The Bronx (7 min)


Faith and Justice Walk Together (13 min - 2015)
Workforce Development Institute (WDI) The issue of a fair minimum wage or "living wage" has been in the news lately. Last Spring, WDI documented the perspectives of NYC-based low wage workers around a rally for higher wages.



Something You Can Call Home (76 min-2014)  For some, the coastal city of Wilmington, North Carolina, is a tourist playground. However the face of homelessness is changing rapidly.  Can anyone find a solution and is it sustainable? Some make the transition; others fall deeper through the cracks. With intimacy and dark humor, this film explores what's essential for physical and emotional survival.

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These screenings are sponsored by the New York State Nurses Association and NY Labor History Association