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Renowned documentary filmmaker and anti-racist educator, Lee Mun Wah, will screen film clips, lecture and lead dialogue about issues of diversity, race, and racism on college campuses.
Contributed by Jeff Claus on 03/30/2012
On Thursday, April 5th, at 7 p.m. in Emerson Suites, Lee Mun Wah, renowned documentary filmmaker, diversity educator, and group facilitator, will lecture, present film clips, and lead dialogue about issues of diversity, race/ethnicity, and racism on college campuses. This event is free and open to the public.
Lee Mun Wah's presentation will be based on his new film, If These Halls Could Talk, which is about a diverse group of college students brought together to discuss issues of diversity, race and racism on college campuses, and on his new book, Let's Get Real -- What People of Color Can't Say & Whites Won't Ask About Racism. One of his earlier films, The Color of Fear, is widely known and used in school, campus, and community settings to foster learning about and discussion of issues of race and racism.
For more about Lee Mun Wah and his work, go to:
This event is co-sponsored by the Provost’s Office, the Schools of H&S and HSHP, the Office of Human Resources, the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life, and the Diversity Awareness Committee.
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