Riveted by a news article on the role of corporate money in politics, 90 year-old great grandmother, Doris Haddock – affectionately known as Granny D – undertook a year-long, 3,200 mile walk from California to Washington D.C. to ignite public attention for campaign finance reform. This short film documentary, recently aired nationwide on PBS, chronicles her extraordinary passion, courage, and deep concern about the welfare of our country. Granny D's is a story that inspires citizens, young and old, to speak out and become involved in civic issues.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with Granny D and the film's producer and director, Alidra Solday.
FREE admission. Advanced reservations recommended to 213.625.0414.