Sunday, September 07, 2008

Citizens For Peace 2008 Fall Film Series

All films shown at 7 p.m.
Madonna University, Schoolcraft and Levan in Livonia,MI. Click Here for a map.
Donation: $5.00 per event. Parking in large, free, well-lighted lot.

"Blood & Oil" Friday,September 26 Shows how concerns about oil has fueled war for at least 60 years and calls for radical rethinking of U.S. energy policy.

"Election Day" Friday, October 3 Filmed in 14 different locations including Dearborn, this movie chronicles the ordinary citizen determined to vote, to turn out the vote, and to see that voting is legally and fairly done in the 2004 elections.

"On the Line" Friday, October 10 Inside look at the people behind one of the largest nonviolent movements in America today: the movement to close the School of the Americas/WHINSEC, a U.S. Army school that trains Latin American soldiers.

"Tim Wise: On White Privilege" Friday, October 17 Deeply personal and electrifying inside-out view of race and racism in America by providing a non-confrontational explanation of white privilege.

All of the above films will be shown at different times and dates at:

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Woodward at 11 Mile Road, Royal Oak, Tuesdays, 313-579-9071

Macomb Community College, South Campus, Warren, Mondays, 586-445-7378

Also don’t miss: Talk on Colombia, Cecilia Zarate with Bishop Tom Gumbleton, Oct. 16 at St. John’s Church

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