Richmond, VA: UnRepresented Screening and Panel Discussion

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Richmond, VA: UnRepresented Screening and Panel Discussion

January 28, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST

Join Virginia members of American Promise as they co-host a screening of the new documentary UnRepresented, followed by a lively discussion about current democracy reform efforts.

Moderated by the film’s Executive Producer, Andrew Rodney, the event’s discussion will focus on current state-led reform initiatives to end the power and influence of big money that has long-gripped Virginia politics. The panel will feature Virginia Delegate Sam Rasoul; Jeff Thomas, author of The Virginia Way: Democracy and Power after 2016; Liz White, Deputy Director of OneVirginia2021; Elizabeth Melson, President of FairVote Virginia; and Nancy Morgan from the Virginia chapter of American Promise.

UnRepresented reveals the powerful possibilities to reform our government to better represent the people and serves as a rallying call to bring people together across partisan lines. View the trailer here.

The event is co-organized with the Virginia Swamp Busters, a platform dedicated to dialogue among grassroots organizations promoting democracy reform bills including the Virginia Chapter of American Promise and AP partner, RepresentUs.

Hope you can join us!



January 28, 2020


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST


907 Floyd Ave.
Richmond, VA 23284