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Film Series and Panel Discussion - NYC
JUNE 23 - 27, 2010
As part of its ongoing ADFF Spring and Summer Film Series at Teachers College, Columbia University, ADFF and the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs are presenting the "RACE AND PRIVILEGE IN SOCIETY" film series on June 23 to 27, a selection of documentary and fiction films that explore issues around race and privilege.
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 2010 FREE PROGRAM
4 PM TIM WISE: ON WHITE PRIVILEGE (USA)
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2010 FREE PROGRAM
6 PM WHAT'S RACE GOT TO DO WITH IT? (USA)
7 PM PANEL "RACE, PRIVILEGE AND SOCIETY"
FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010 FREE PROGRAM
6 PM THE GLASS CEILING (France)
SATURDAY, JUNE 26 , 2010
3 PM WHITE LIKE THE MOON & DENYING BRAZIL (USA & Brazil)
5 PM BURN: THE EVOLUTION OF AN AMERICAN CITY (USA)
SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 2010
2 PM CONGO: WHITE KING, RED RUBBER, BLACK DEATH (Congo/Beligium)
4 PM PLACIDO (Cuba)
Programs for Wednesday through Friday are Free of Charge and Open to the public.
For Saturday and Sunday only: Weekend pass $15; Day pass $10; $6 per show;
PLEASE NOTE WE ACCEPT CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR.
WHERE: Teachers College, Columbia University
525 West 120th Street - Room 263 Macy
Take train 1 to 116th street and walk uptown four blocks. Entrance between Broadway and Amsterdam. Picture ID requested to enter building.
DVDs of films from Africa and the African Diaspora will be on sale at the venue. $20 per DVD; $35 for 2 DVD; $45 for three DVD and $15 for each additional DVD.
PLEASE NOTE WE ACCEPT CASH ONLY ON SITE