Scarred Lands & Wounded Lives

West Sound for Social Justice is pleased to partner with Free Range Films and The Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action to present a community screening of Scarred Lands & Wounded Lives, a timely and gripping new documentary by filmmakers Alice & Lincoln Day that examines the environmental footprint of war. This free community screening will be held on Sunday, December 10 at 3:00 p.m. at the The Ground Zero Center, 16159 Clear Creek Rd NW, Poulsbo, WA 98370. Seating is limited, and those interested are urged to RSVP at

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Still Dreaming


What:      “Still Dreaming” vigil and march
When:     Monday, August 28th   __  6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Where:   Whitey Domstad Park, Bremerton  (east end of the Manette bridge)

Follow the links below for a pdf of our event flyer, and for text , audio and video files of the speech.

Click here for a full-size version of the flyer you can download and print

“I Have a Dream” audio file

“I Have a Dream” – YouTube

I Have a Dream speech text file

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Here’s a photo gallery from the event:

Sustainable Cinema & WSSJ Present:

Beginning Thursday, August 24th, West Sound for Social Justice is pleased to take over as host of “Sustainable Cinema”, a film series that highlights a wide range of contemporary social and political issues. “Sustainable Cinema” is sponsored by Kitsap County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido, with the venue provided by Dragonfly Cinema, located at 822 Bay Street, Port Orchard. Films will typically run from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, with admission by donation.

A different film will be screened on the fourth Thursday of each month, and time permitting, will include guest speakers, opportunities for discussion and/or additional information on the topic.

We’ll post a schedule of films several months out on this page and on the WSSJ Calendar.  If we find a film that seems particularly relevant to a specific topical issue, we may alter the schedule.

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This month’s film is “Fix It, Healthcare at the Tipping Point”. The screening will be followed by guest speaker, Peter Lucas, M.D. He is the former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA, and is currently Director of Mental Health at and Consulting Psychiatrist at Peninsula Community Health Centers. Dr. Lucas will share information about a proposed Washington Health Security Trust, a fund that would be dedicated to paying for health services for all Washington residents.

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Click on the links below for additional materials provided by the filmmakers.
The first is a pdf with some great, illustrative charts, graphs and data on our healthcare system.

The second is a Tri-Fold brochure that can be printed and distributed.

Fix It By-The-Numbers-Brochure

FIX-IT-Tri-Fold Brochure