Co-Sponsored Events for Spring 2010
|AYITI: Cultural & Historical Perspectives on Haiti
THURSDAY, APRIL 8
5:15-6:30 pm, Broad Performance Space
Panel Discussion: "Remembering Haiti"
with Daniel Brevil, Colette Eloi, Nina Schnall (PZ `93) & Daniel Segal
followed by a Haitian dinner with the panelists, in the Grove House and catered by Kassava Caribbean Restaurant*
*Note: if you would like to enter the lottery for one of eight places at the dinner, email email@example.com
FRIDAY, APRIL 9
Haitian Drum and Dance Workshops with Daniel Brevil and Colette Eloi
Drumming starts at 1 pm; Dancing starts at 2 pm
|MONDAY, MARCH 1
2 pm - Screening, Broad Peformance Space
Screening of "Capitalism: A Love Story" by Michael Moore
Michael Moore's films Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Sicko and Capitalism: A Love Story, are four of the top eight highest-grossing documentaries of all time. In 2002, Moore received a Best Documentary Feature Oscar for Bowling for Columbine. In 2008, he received a Best Documentary Feature nomination for Sicko.
This event is sponsored by the Pitzer Art Galleries and the Munroe Center for Social Inquiry at Pitzer College.
*Please note that the Q&A session following the screening has been canceled for this event.
|FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
7 pm, Broad Peformance Space
Scott Hamilton Kennedy - Screening of "The Garden" followed by Q&A
Scott Hamilton Kennedy will screen of his Oscar-nominated documentary film, The Garden. The Garden follows the plight of the farmers, from the tilled soil of this urban farm in Los Angeles to the polished marble of City Hall. Mostly immigrants from Latin America, from countries where they feared for their lives if they were to speak out, we watch them organize, fight back, and demand answers.
This event is co-sponsored by Intercollegiate Media Studies, the Munroe Center for Social Inquiry, and the Faculty-in-Residence "Expand Your Mind" program. For more about Scott Hamilton Kennedy and his work, see www.thegardenmovie.com.
|THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
7 pm, Broad Peformance Space
Dr. Manuel Pastor - "The State of the Economy and Prospects for Immigration Reform"
Dr. Manuel Pastor is on leave from his position as Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz and is currently a Professor of Geography and American Studies & Ethnicity at the University of Southern California where he directs the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE) and co-directs the Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration. Professor Pastor has received grants and fellowships from the Irvine Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, and many others.
This event is sponsored by the Latino and Latina Roundtable and the Munroe Center for Social Inquiry at Pitzer College.