1. Free this Afternoon? Curious about the Bottled Water You Buy?
Tapped is a documentary that takes on the bottled water industry.
It examines the effects of bottled water on local communities where the water is sourced, as well at the environmental impact of the production and disposal of plastic water bottles.
Though this film is set in the U.S., the issues it raises are global.
Dr. Joseph Cook, Assistant Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs, will lead a post-screening discussion. (Photo: Jen Marlow, Rio, Brazil.)
2. Juvenile Justice: Film Screening of Minor Differences on Monday!
Interested in social justice for minors? On November 19th at 5:30pm, the film Minor Differences will be screened at the School of Social Work, Room 305 A/B. This film follows the lives of five juvenile offenders completing their sentences in maximum-security lockup. Following the film, two of the former inmates will be present to answer questions and engage in dialogue surrounding the life and impacts of juvenile incarceration. Snacks and beverages will be offered.
For more information, please visit: http://www.minordifferences.com/
*Admission is free, however, donations will be accepted*