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The Politics Department is pleased to present a screening of the documentary film Dirty Wars, in collaboration with Amnesty International, IC Human Rights and the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.

When: Friday October 4th at 7 p.m.

Where: Health Science and Human Performance Building,  Hill 104, Ithaca College

FREE and open to the public.

Dirty Wars is a Sundance Film Festival award-winning documentary that follows investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill as he chases down the hidden truth behind the US government's "global war" theory, used to justify killings around the world with drones and other weapons.

The U.S. government's "global war" theory is being used to justify human rights violations. Amnesty International is pushing to have the law at the heart of the "global war" theory - 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) – repealed.

See the trailer for Dirty Wars HERE hyperlink:


Saturday, October 5th

11 a.m.
William 302

Ithaca College

Free and open to the public

Amnesty International will lead an activist training in grassroots organizing, media and messaging, guerilla theatre, and other creative forms of direct action and legislative activisim.

This special free screening and workshop event is co-sponsored through a collaborative partnership between the Ithaca Chapter of Amnesty International, the Ithaca College Human Rights Club, the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), and the Politics Department.

Information: Contact Ute Ritz-Deutch at or call (607) 351-8033.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Kelly Dietz at or (607) 274-3581. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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