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Join us for a screening of a version Minda Martin’s “Ramps to Nowhere” titled “Seattle Freeway Revolt”. “Seattle Freeway Revolt” dives deep into the community activism behind the Freeway Revolt of the 60’s and 70’s, and how this activism lives on today. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussions with prominent Freeway Revolt activists, the Lid I-5 team, the Freeway Park Association and others. We will explore the tension of balancing community needs and urban development, and as well as balancing infrastructure and green space. Screening will begin at 8:00pm in Seneca Plaza at Freeway Park, followed by Panel Discussion at 8:45pm.
Ground-level/ no-step entry
Integrated and dispersed wheelchair seating
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms and water fountains