The Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice, and the Arkansas AFL-CIO Present Shadows of Liberty


The Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice, and the Arkansas AFL-CIO invite you to attend a special screening of Shadows of Liberty.

As a part of the 5th Leg of the Shadows of Liberty Coast to Coast Screening & Media Reform Action Tour, the film will be screening in Little Rock.


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The documentary film Shadows of Liberty reveals the extraordinary truth behind the news media: censorship, cover-ups and corporate control.

In highly revealing stories, renowned journalists, activists and academics including DANNY GLOVER, JULIAN ASSANGE, DAN RATHER, AMY GOODMAN, DAVID SIMON, NORMON SOLOMON, BOB BEAR, ROBERTA BASKIN, JOHN MACARTHUR, DANIEL ELLSBERG and KRISTINA BORJESSON give insider accounts of a broken media system. Controversial news reports are suppressed, people are censored for speaking out, and lives are shattered as the arena for public expression is turned into a private profit zone.

Shadows Of Liberty is dedicated to the journalists and information freedom fighters, the heroes of our time, who dedicate their lives to our right to freedom of information - the central pillar of a free society. Shadows of Liberty provides a platform for voices that have been silenced and in doing so, attempts to inspire change and accountability. This film champions the idea of an independent media where truth and integrity are the norm, not the exception.

After the screening, there will be a highly interactive panel discussion.

This is a free event but donations to support the Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice and the Shadows of Liberty Coast to Coast Screening & Media Reform Action Tour are greatly appreciated.


The Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice: The Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice (ACPJ) is an association of individuals and organizations who support a vision of harmony with the earth and all people through education, dialogue and action. The Coalition is a volunteer organization.

We focus on three areas:

Peace and Nonviolence: peacemaking, peaceful conflict resolution and finding alternatives to war

Social Justice: Social, racial and economic justice, human solidarity and human rights

Ecology: ecological sustainability and stewardship, to live in harmony with Mother Earth.

ACPJ is committed to a culture of peace, and building a country where domestic policies are sound and just, and where the world at large is treated with respect and dignity.

ABOUT the Arkansas AFL-CIO: The Arkansas American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations serves as the umbrella organization for more than 190 local unions, central labor councils and subordinate bodies, such as state associations and district councils, whose parent international unions are affiliated with the national AFL-CIO. It is one of 50 state federations operated under a charter granted by the AFL-CIO.

The Arkansas AFL-CIO was chartered on March 20, 1956. It was the first in the nation to merge the AFL and CIO into one state central body. The State Federation represents more than 30,000 working people in diverse occupations. The Arkansas AFL-CIO is affiliated with the National AFL-CIO, whose member unions total more than 11 million working men and women.

October 19, 2014 at 6:30pm
Vino's Brewpub
923 W 7th St
Little Rock, AR 72201
United States
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Debra Brown · · 720-917-4900
Helen Webb

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