Presented by the Unity Multicultural Education Center
By: Randy Corradine, Assistant Director, Unity Multicultural Education Center
SAVE THE DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2013 AT 6PM IN JEPSEN WOLFF AUDITORIUM
In recognition of Black History Month we bring to Gonzaga a film screening of the film More Than a Month and a post film discussion with American filmmaker Shukree Haasan Tilghman.
The film More Than a Month investigates what the treatment of history tells us about race and equality in 21st Century America. More Than a Month is bigger than Black History Month. It is a film that encourages self-discovery and asks us to seriously examine the question, what does it mean to be an American? The purpose of this program is to challenge the Gonzaga community to enhance/expand knowledge base about Black history and recognize it as part of American history.
The screening of the film More Than a Month is FREE and OPEN to the public. Following the film screening is a discussion with filmmaker Shukree Haasan Tilghman.
The event is brought to you by Gonzaga’s Unity Multicultural Education Center, in collaboration with, Black Student Union, Young Democrats, The Chief Diversity Officer, and The Department of Arts and Sciences.
For more information about this and other events, contact Randy Corradine, Assistant Director, UMEC, at (509) 313-4105 or via e-mail [firstname.lastname@example.org].