Sunday, September 09, 2012

Unity in the Community Presents Immigration & Human Rights Cinema

Unity in the Community is pleased to announce the Fall 2012 continuation of the Immigration and Human Rights Cinema.  A great schedule of thought provoking films and a few surprises will begin with our first screening at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday Sept. 30 in Room 130, Bull Run Hall, on the Prince William Campus of George Mason University. 

Our fall series presents:

"Mooz-Lim" on Sunday Sept. 30, 2012.  Focuses on a young man's experience of religious intolerance and personal identify in the pre- and post-September 11 world.

"The Corporation" on Sunday Oct. 21, 2012.  A documentary look at corporate influence in the modern social and political world.

"American History X" on Sunday Nov. 18, 2012.  A feature film about one man's involvement with the white supremacist movement and his struggle to keep his younger brother from make the same mistakes he did.

"Mary and Max" on Sunday Dec. 16, 2012.  An animated feature about unlikely inter-continental pen pals who support each other in their battles with bullying and life as societal outcasts.  A major award winner, you won't want to miss our screening of this unusual holiday offering.

As always screenings in the Immigration & Human Rights Cinema are free and open to the public.  All programs being at 3:00 p.m. in the Verizon Auditorium on the Prince William Campus of George Mason University.  A light reception precedes each screening in the lobby outside the auditorium, free parking is available in the King Lot across George Mason Circle from the Verizon Auditorium. 

Mark you calendar and plan to join us for the fall presentations of the Immigration & Human Rights Cinema.

Dexter Fox
Unity in the Community
Manassas, Virginia
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