The Department of Communication Studies will host its Social Justice Film Series in collaboration with its #endhomelessnesswwu project from 5-7 p.m.on Wednesday, March 1 in Fraser Hall 102. The event will present a selection of visual expressions by students, faculty, and community filmmakers focusing on homelessness in Bellingham, community building, and peace. This collaborative event will include student filmmakers from Organizational Communication 228, Interpersonal Communication 327, faculty members, and community partners. Following the mini documentaries, there will be a panel discussion to continue the community dialog around these important topics.
Here are some previews about our #endhomelessnesswwu project!
- End Homelessness WWU project- https://youtu.be/8P1lSoO7fD8
- A Day in The Life Film- https://youtu.be/p-o5PwneBGIj
- Flying the Signs at Red Square- https://youtu.be/2qq1dIVHeA0
Our Western Today article from doing a similar event last quarter
A service-learning project that began with students offering backpacks to the homeless has evolved into a full-blown film festival and educational campaign.
Holding cardboard signs on street corners throughout Bellingham, groups of Western students worked to raise awareness about homelessness. As part of a service ...
Visit the #endhomelessnesswwu social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and share this with your colleagues. For more information about the #endhomelessnesswwu campaign or the Social Justice Film Series, contact Associate Professor of Communication Studies Tara Perry at x2202 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.