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The Film and Lecture Series is designed to provide students and members of the community with the opportunity to engage in topics of social interest and relevance through the screening of thoughtful movies and by bringing speakers to the campus who have demonstrated knowledge on topics deemed to be of social significance. Each film will be followed by a discussion with guest speakers or panelists.
Terms and Conditions May Apply examines the privacy issues involved in online user-service agreements. What information about ourselves are we giving away when we click “I accept,” and what might be the consequences of doing so?
In this CNN special, Soledad O’Brien investigates the growing tension between police officers and young African-American men. With incisive interviews and footage of confrontations, this documentary raises important questions about relations between police and communities of color.
The Hunting Ground is about rape at American colleges. The film focuses on student activists who allege that school administrators are not doing enough in terms of punishing assailants, respecting the dignity of victims, publicizing sexual assault rates, and improving the safety of students.
November 19 - Harvest of Empire
This film, which is subtitled The Untold Story of Latinos in America, argues that the growing presence of Latinos in America can be viewed as a “harvest of empire” and needs to be understood within the context of the United States’ history of intervention in Latin America.
December 3 - How to Survive a Plague
How to Survive a Plague looks back at the early years of the AIDS epidemic and shows how a small group of activists--up against death, discrimination, and indifference--pressed hard for the government and the pharmaceutical industry to improve treatment for AIDS, turning a deadly disease into a manageable condition.
WHERE: Forum Building Room 110 (located on MJC's East Campus)
WHEN: THURSDAY EVENINGS at 7 PM to 9 PM
COST: FREE - The films are free and open to the public
Members of the film and lecture committee: Jason Wohlstadter (coordinator); Bill Anelli, Judy Cain, Joan Ferrell, Debbie Gilbert, Brian Greene, Jon Kropp, Ruth Luman, Liz McInnes, Dan Onorato, Mary Swier, Lillian Vallee, Theron Westrope.