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USLS 25 Year Anniversary: Documentary Film Festival

Sponsored by ISU Library: Documentary film series in celebration of ISU Latino/a Studies Program 25 Year Anniversary

ISU Latino/a Studies Program 25 Year Anniversary:
Documentary Film Festival, Sept. - Oct. 2019

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In conjunction with the 25 Year Anniversary of the ISU Latino/a Studies Program, the University Library will host four documentary film showings with facilitated post-film discussions. Showtime for each film begins at 6:00 pm in Room 198 Parks Library.

Schedule at a glance is below; see menu for more information on the individual films, plus additional resources to learn more.

Sept. 19: AbUSed: The Postville Raid; dir. Luis Argueta, 2010.
Film duration: 98 min.
Discussion facilitator: Dr. Megan Myers

Sept. 26: Stolen Education: The Legacy of Hispanic Racism in Schools, dir. Rudy Luna, 2013.
Film duration: 67 min.
Discussion facilitator: Dr. Brian Behnken

Oct. 3: Voices from Mariel: Los Marielitos, Then and Now, dir. James Carleton, 2011.
Film duration: 80 min.
Discussion facilitator: Dr. Lucía Suárez

Oct. 10: The Last Colony: Puerto Rico's Unique Relationship with the United States, dir. Juan Agustín Márquez, 2015.
Film duration: 93 min.
Discussion facilitator: Dr. José Antonio Rosa

 

Accessibility: All films will be shown with closed captions; Room 198 is located on Floor 1 (street level) and is ramp accessible. For additional accommodation needs or questions, please contact Susan Vega García.