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Please join us for a screening of

Fruitvale Station

followed by

Free Pizza

and

Discussion


Thursday, Feb. 6 at 6:00 PM



DISCUSSANTS:

Glynis Christine:
Professor Christine teaches Intro to Sociology, Intro to Psychology, and college-readiness courses for ACC. In her classes, she emphasizes the process of developing one's Sociological Imagination, which is the ability to understand each person's subjective experiences through an objective lens.

Billy Young: 
Professor Young teaches college-readiness courses at ACC and also works in assessment at the Eastview campus. He is a veteran of the US Army and has also worked in the field of law enforcement and corrections. Moved by the desire to work against inequality and injustice, he returned to school and obtained a master's degree in Counseling & Management and a Ph.D. in Educational Administration.

De Juana “De J.” Lozada:
Ms. Lozada is a higher education consultant, publisher and editor-in-chief of The Texas Higher Education Journal, and the founder of the P-20 Institute for Minority Research and Innovation (an independent think tank dedicated to research-based advocacy for minority learners). For nearly a decade, De J. served as a civilian Public Affairs Officer for U.S. Army, Europe. She is a past three-time winner of the prestigious Keith L. Ware Civilian Journalism Award and has been internationally certified in Public Affairs by the U.S. Defense Information School.  She earned her B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina and her M.A. in Communications from the University of Maryland University College. She also holds a degree in Legal Studies from UMUC.



This event is free and open to the public. 

Space is limited to 225 and  registration is recommended. 


 

Location:        ACC Eastview Campus                                                   Google Maps

                                Building 8500, Multi-Purpose Room                        Bus Trip Planner

                                3401 Webberville Road

                                Austin, Texas 78702



Online registration (free) is strongly recommended.

Register here





Mark your calendars for the spring screenings of

Cinema of Conflict & Transformation






Previously Screened Films:





Discussion following the screening with: Juan Molina and Kent Norsworthy

Juan Molina is a full time math professor at ACC. He was born in Guatemala and lived there in the 1980's during the bloody dictatorship of General Effrain Ríos Montt.

Kent Norsworthy is the Digital Scholarship Coordinator for LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections at the University of Texas at Austin. He has traveled extensively throughout Central and South America, including numerous visits to Guatemala and lived for nearly a decade in Nicaragua. He has been working on Latin American digital initiatives since the 1990s, and is currently the coordinator for the UT Libraries and LLILAS Benson of the Guatemalan National Police Historical Archives and Primeros Libros de las Américas projects.

This event is free and open to the public. 

Space is limited and  registration is recommended. 


 

Location:        ACC Eastview Campus                                                   Google Maps

                            Building 8500, Multi-Purpose Room                        Bus Trip Planner

                            3401 Webberville Road

                            Austin, Texas 78702