American Jobs Film – Denver Colorado

Event:   “American Jobs” Documentary Film Showing in Denver, CO.
  Documentary filmmaker Greg Spotts returns to Denver for the regional premiere of his new film “American Jobs,” a moving documentary which explores the loss of American jobs to low wage foreign competition.  During the filming of his nonpartisan documentary, Spotts visited nineteen cities and towns including Denver, interviewing both blue-collar and white-collar workers who have been displaced by global sourcing. The film highlights an economy that is undergoing structural rather than cyclical change with significant human costs. The website for the film:


Date:  Saturday, October 30, 2004
Time: 4:00PM
Where:   University of Denver

Sturm Auditorium – Room 451

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Sponsors:      Former Colorado Governor Richard Lamm – University of Denver Center for Public Policy and Contemporary Issues


National Hire American Citizens Society 


Cost:    FREE and OPEN to the public!
Program: Following the sixty minute film, Greg Spotts will be introduced with a few words by our own Colorado State Senator Deanna Hanna. Spotts will then share his experiences in the making of his film, and answer audience questions about the film; Spotts will then moderate a panel discussion on issues raised by the film.



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