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Food for Thought series explores addiction, race, poetry

Thursday February 16, 2017

Rise together handsRise Together - Drug Addiction:  Awareness  • Recovery  • Prevention

Wednesday, March 8  |   11:30am - 12:30pm   |   SC132
 
Hear compelling stories first-hand from Rise Together. They will share their personal battles with addiction and their journey to recovery. What defines us is how well we rise after falling.

https://www.weallrisetogether.org/

 

You mean there's Race in my movie? Movie reelYou mean there’s RACE in my movie?

Tuesday, March 14  |  12:30 - 1:30pm  |  SC132
 
Do you enjoy watching movies?
Have you ever stopped to think about the various stereotypes that exist in movies?
Raise your awareness and join us for this thought-provoking session as Dr. Frederick Gooding Jr., Ethnic Studies Northern Arizona University, shares his analysis of race in contemporary movies. “He identifies distinct patterns for both White and non-White characters in mainstream movies and the history behind them.”
https://soundcloud.com/nathan-wardinski/interview-with-frederick-gooding-jr-mar-2012

 
The Asia ProjectTHE ASIA PROJECT - Spoken Word Poetry

Thursday, April 13  |  11:30am - 12:30pm    |   SC132
 
 “Words [have] the power to move and inspire; the power to reframe thought; the power to change lives. But when we step on that stage, those have never been our goals.  We don’t “aim” to make someone feel something. Our job - our only job - is to tell a story wrapped in music and let everything fall as they may. Sometimes these stories are full of joy and exuberance. Sometimes they’re full of heartbreak and sadness. Sometimes they’re pretty. Sometimes they’re ugly. But no matter what, it will always be beautiful.”   ~ Asia Samson
https://www.theasiaproject.com/

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