Free Screening of ‘Power Struggle’ at Alphabet City
City of Asylum @ Alphabet City, located at 40 West North Avenue, is the permanent home for City of Asylum programming and the arts. It is a hub for Pittsburgh’s readers and writers, jazz and small-scale music and performance, and artistic experimentation. It is a home for diverse voices from around the globe – a place where Pittsburgh meets the world and the world meets Pittsburgh. To view a complete list of all scheduled events, visit the Alphabet City website.
Monday, October 15 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Come to a free screening of Power Struggle presented by Remembering Hiroshima. Filmed over five years, this feature-length documentary chronicles the heated political battle to close the aging Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, located on the banks of the Connecticut River in southern Vermont. Power Struggle follows the unfolding drama as citizen activists and elected officials took on the federal government and one of the biggest nuclear power companies in America. This film is a timely, inspiring story of democracy in action.