From now through September, Spike Lee's new documentary, "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," will air on HBO. The film resonated deeply with an audience of 8,000 Katrina survivors when it premiered a few weeks ago in New Orleans. It's a film every American should see.
Lots of folks who want to see it don't have HBO, so MoveOn.org Civic Action and ColorofChange partnered to set up screenings throughout September so everyone has a chance to see this important film.
This campaign has concluded.