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Title: ME TOO Movies: I Am Jane Doe
START DATE: 11/5/2017
Duration: 3 Hours
Location: downtown, central, hollywood, northeast
Location Details:
Johnie\'s Coffee Shop
6101 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90048
Event Topic: human trafficking
Event Type: screening
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ME TOO Movies: I Am Jane Doe

Sunday, November 5 at 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Johnie's Coffee Shop
6101 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90048

The #MeToo movement has caught fire around the world! In the lead up to the Me Too Survivors' March on November 12, we will be screening three related films at Bernie's Coffee Shop Volunteer Office. This is a mini-series in the ongoing series #ScreeningsAtBernies.

"I am Jane Doe mainly follows the stories and cases of middle school girls from Bost, a 15-year-old from Seattle, and a 13-year-old girl from St. Louis. Their suits against Backpage put them on a collision course with judges, special interest groups, and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

The film also features the attorneys involved with the various lawsuits. The lawyers hail from anywhere from a firm working out of strip mall in Washington state to Ropes & Gray, one of the oldest white-shoe law firms in the country.

I am Jane Doe also follows Congressional actions against Backpage and online human trafficking. The film features interviews from Senator Rob Portman, Senator John McCain, Senator Claire McCaskill, and Senator Heidi Heitkamp."


**This event is POT LUCK, so please try to bring a snack or beverage to share.**

EVENT LINK for ME TOO Survivors' March:

#MeToo #MeTooMarch #MeTooMovies #BerniesCoffeeShop


This screening, and all #ScreeningsAtBernies, will be open to all! The purpose of these screenings is to bring people together to learn about these important issues. The screenings team is committed to covering as wide a range of topics as possible with this series. If there's any film you're interested in screening, please shoot us a message and let’s book it!

In solidarity,
The #ScreeningsAtBernies Team
Me Too Survivor's March
Sun Nov 12
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