Tonight is a free showing of the film “What I’ve Learned About U.S. Foreign Policy: The War Against the Third World,” about CIA covert operations and U.S. interventions since World War Two. More information at the director’s website, addictedtowar.com. This is at 7pm in Room 200 of The Fountain building, 122 State Street. Brought to you by IWW Social Action and Solidarity. For more info, call 608-438-9536.
Tonight is a free screening of the film “Bitter Seeds” at the Monona public library. The film raises questions about the human cost of genetically-modified agriculture and the future of how we grow things. India’s farmers are in a crisis that is unprecedented. In a village in India at the center of a suicide epidemic among farmers, a family struggles to keep their land and a teenage girl makes her first steps toward becoming a journalist and telling the world about the crisis. This is from 6:30 to 8pm at Monona Public Library, 1000 Nichols Road in Monona. More info at tnsmonona.org.