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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.
Subtitled The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope, Resilience looks at studies that suggest adverse childhood experiences (such as emotional, physical, and sexual abuse) may contribute to major health problems in adulthood, but the film especially focuses on pioneers in pediatrics, education, and social welfare that it sees as inspirational models of preventative medical care.
March 2 - Beginning Again: Syrian Refugees Settle in Modesto
ABC World News with David Muir follows a Syrian refugee family on their journey from Syria, to Jordan, and finally to Modesto. See the episode, meet the family, hear from those involved in their resettlement, and join a discussion on a response to refugees in the community.
Named after the 13th constitutional amendment, which abolished slavery “except as a punishment for crime,” this film examines the history of race and the criminal justice system in the United States, arguing that slavery hasn’t disappeared—it’s transformed into a system of mass incarceration.
March 16 - Marginalized in America: A Continuing Conversation
* This event will be held in the Cafeteria in the Student Center, East Campus
This event builds on previous CEP events centered on continuing the dialogue on issues related to tensions between diverse communities and law enforcement. This event will focus on the historical criminalization of people of color emphasized in the film 13th (shown on March 9th). Guest speakers will build on issues from that film and allow for audience discussion throughout the event in small groups with trained dialogue facilitators.
April 6 - Before the Flood
Before the Flood follows Leonardo DiCaprio, a United Nations Messenger of Peace, as he travels the globe speaking with scientists, activists, and world leaders about climate change. The film focuses on how climate change affects the environment and what society can do about it.
WHERE: Forum Building Room 110 (located on MJC's East Campus). Please note that Black in America will take place
in the MJC Cafeteria.
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, Kathleen Ennis, Debbie Gilbert, Brian Greene, Chandra Howard, Jon Kropp, Ruth Luman, Liz McInnes, Mary Swier, Theron Westrope.
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