Monthly Movie Series

Lt. Governor Zuckerman is proud announce his 2018 Movie Series. Our goal is to create an opportunity for conversation around issues currently active in our state and country. A panel and audience discussion follows each movie. Movies are shown on the 4th Thursday of each month, are free and open to the public. We hope you will join us.

Thursday, June 28, 2018 - ZeroWeeks

We are so pleased to be partnering with Main Street Alliance, Voices for Vermont's Children and VT FaMLI to offer a showing of ZeroWeeks.  This documentary explores America’s desperate need for modern paid family leave policies. With the help of a variety of experts, we follow the historical arc of family and medical leave and how our nation arrived where it is now: lagging behind every other country in the world except for Papua New Guinea.

Vermont citizens, advocacy groups, and legislators worked very hard to pass H.196, An act relating to paid family leave, but it was vetoed by the Governor in May.

In a panel discussion following the movie, Lt. Governor Zuckerman will engage legislators, advocates, and individuals who worked on this issue and ask them to share their thoughts and future plans.
6:30PM, Main Street Museum, 58 Bridge Street, White River Junction
RSVP on Facebook or email the Lt. Governor's Office

Thanks to our supporting organizations for participating in our Movie Series:

Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club
Main Street Alliance
Voices for Vermont's Children
Peace and Justice Center
Vermont Conservation Voters
Vermont Public Interest Research Group
UE Local 255
Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs
Wabunowin Dawn Society
Vermont State Employees' Association
The Rutland Area NAACP
Vermont State Labor Council - AFL-CIO
Rights and Democracy Vermont
United Professions AFT Vermont
Justice For All

Previously Shown Movies

The Devil We Know - Documentary following a group of citizens in West Virgina as they learn the history of PFOA in their water and take on Dupont coperation.

Awake: A dream from Standing Rock - Documentary of Native-led definance that forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet.

From the Ashes - A compelling look at the lives and issues behind the 'war on coal.'

Made in Dagenham - A dramatization of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant in the UK, where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination. 

13th - A thought provoking documentary analyzing the criminalization of African Americans and the U. S. Prison boom.

Contact Information

Office of the Lieutenant Governor
115 State Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05633
Office: (802) 828-2226
Cell: (802) 622-4136
Email the Lieutenant Governor

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