Social Justice Film Series
Each semester, the Center hosts a series of films and discussions addressing topics related to identity, culture, diversity, social justice and/or cultural pluralism. This semester's film series focuses on internationalizing social justice.
For more information or to request accommodations for these film screenings, please call (802) 656-8833 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2015 Social Justice Film Seriesclick here for the poster!
All films are screened at 7:30 PM in L/L Commons, Room 216
Sworn Virgins • January 27, 2015
Sworn Virgins explores the lives of Albanian sworn virgins, women who take a vow of chastity and wear male clothing in order to live as men.
The Iran Job • February 17, 2015
The Iran Job tells the story of African-American basketball player, Kevin Sheppard, who forms an alliance with three Iranian women to help start a social revolution.
The Economics of Happinessfeatures a chorus of voice from six continents calling for systemic economic change through a worldwide movement of economic localization.
A Darker Side of Fair
Shedding new light upon issues of global diversity, A Darker Side of Fair focuses on the extent to which a "fairness fetish" has permeated different levels of Indian society.
Check back later for more info about previous Social Justice Film Series.
- Genderf*nation: A Gender Emancipation
- Carmen's Place
- I'm Just Anneke
- Sins Invalid
- Last Chance
- No Look Pass
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