Represent San Diego, Independent Voter Project to Host Free Screening of ‘UnRepresented’
The documentary by Daniel Falconer features accounts by democracy advocates, academics and government officials of the “corrupt dealings” they have witnessed. Organizers said the documentary also offers “ideas for fixing the system, offered by concerned citizens on both the left and the right.”
“The corruption described in ‘UnRepresented’ isn’t illegal,” Amy Tobia, leader of Represent San Diego, said. “Most of it’s done in accordance with the law.”
The screening will be hosted online at 6 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 10 and is free to the public.
Following the free screening, a panel of experts will discuss democracy reform initiatives. The experts include: Greg Orman, an entrepreneur and a former candidate for senate and governor in Kansas, who is recognized as a leading voice in the political independent movement; Dan Schnur, a professor at University of Southern California and UC Berkeley, and a leading political strategist; Abby Wood, associate professor of law, political science and public policy at the University of Southern California; and “UnRepresented” director Falconer.