Series/Themes: Historical and Political Themes
Film Year: 2019
Film Length: 101 min.
Director: Chris Durrance, Barak Goodman
Gerrymandering, the process of manipulating the boundaries of electoral districts to favor one party, has long been giving our country’s politicians an easy way to sway elections. This documentary travels the country to stand on the front lines with American citizens fighting against a system that they believe undermines our democracy. This call to action lays out a road map for how to stand up against our complex and immense government, emphasizing the need for everyday people to fight for freedom of the vote. Discussion with filmmakers Chris Durrance and Barak Goodman, moderated by Kyle Kondik (UVA Center for Politics)
Supported by UVA Center for Politics
Newcomb Hall Theatre