We all love movies, and the Friday Film series promises to deliver! Since 2008 the Office of Diversity has put together a robust schedule of films that provide a venue to explore social justice issues. Movies transport us, challenge us, and may just help us open our minds to new ideas, new perspectives and greater learning that will improve our individual selves and our campus community.
From portrayals of Native Americans in film to aging LGBT elders, each film will inspire and engage viewers. Mann vs. Ford tells the story of egregious pollution and corporate irresponsibility, challenges for rural populations, and health effects of toxins. Hot Coffee will open your eyes to the ever-confusing concept of tort reform and will retell you a story that you probably think you already know. We hope you'll join us!
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to spend one afternoon a month
- coming together as a community,
- exploring and learning about current issues in diversity and social justice,
- dialoguing and developing greater understanding about current issues in diversity and social justice to achieve increased cultural humility.
2012-2013 Schedule (dates, titles and full descriptions, 3 pages)
2012-2013 abbreviated schedule (dates & titels only, 1 page)
Please note: March and April showings are cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.Please join us May 3 for our final film of the 2012-2013 season: The Other Side of Immigration.
This page last updated Mar 11, 2013