APRIL 12-14, 2019

College Avenue Commons Auditorium | 660 S College Avenue | Tempe, AZ 85281 | ASU Tempe Campus

Light Rail: Veteran’s Way/College Ave; Parking: Fulton Center Structure (free Sat/Sun) or on street

2018 Human Rights Film Festival




Water in a Toxic World          CLICK HERE TO RSVP

4:00 RiverBlue 48 min

Discussion on the Fashion Industry and Sustainability

  • Tracey Martin, author, Sustainable in Stilettos
  • Rachel Macias, USAS-ASU

Water Warriors

22 min

Discussion on Activism to Protect Water Resources

  • Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club
  • Zoe Stein, ASU Sustainability student and activist

Reception at Pitchforks and Corks

Saturday 4/7

Impacts of Colonialism and Strengths of Indigeneity          CLICK HERE TO RSVP

12:20 Colonization Road 48 min
1:15 Mud - Hashtl’ishnii 9 min
1:30 Short Break
1:35 Keep Talking Niugaa Yugaa-Language is Life 80 min

The Global Refugee Crisis          CLICK HERE TO RSVP

3:30 Human Flow 2 h 20 min
6:00 Discussion (Speaker TBD) 35 min

Sunday 4/8

Dismantling Borders          CLICK HERE TO RSVP

9:00 El Mar la Mar 95 min
11:00 Dismantling Borders, Recovering Humanity 15 min
11:15 Discussion: City of Surprise Youth Council

Beyond Incarceration          CLICK HERE TO RSVP

12:30 Out of State 1 h 22 min
2:00 Skype with Out of State Director Ciara Lacy
3:00 Path of Freedom 10 min
3:10 Discussion on Prison Privatization, LUChA

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