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YURUMEIN (Homeland)

YURUMEIN (Homeland)

by Andrea Leland Multicultural Studies

Resistance, Rupture and Repair; the Caribs of St. Vincent in the Caribbean.

Imaginary Circumstances

Imaginary Circumstances

by Anthony Weeks Disabilities: New Perspectives

Authentic portrayals of disability on screen = the performance of a lifetime.

Deaf Jam

Deaf Jam

by Judy Lieff Media, Art & Culture

ASL poetry changed Aneta Brodski’s life.  Poetry, friendship and respect transcend politics as Aneta finds herself in an unexpected collaboration.

Justice for my Sister

Justice for my Sister

by Kimberly Bautista Latin American Studies

One Guatemalan woman searches for answers to her sister's brutal murder.

My So-Called Enemy

My So-Called Enemy

by Lisa Gossels Sociology, Political Science & Anthropology

Everyone has a story:  A coming-of-age film about the power of empathy to overcome personal, political & religious divides. 

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Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement

Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement

by Regan Brashear Disabilities: New Perspectives

Exploring disability and the promise and perils of human enhancement technologies.

Tales of the Waria

Tales of the Waria

by Kathy Huang Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies

Four transgender women search for love and intimacy in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country.

Give Up Tomorrow

Give Up Tomorrow

by Marty Syjuco & Michael Collins Law and Criminal Justice

In a murder case that ends a country’s use of capital punishment but fails to free an innocent man, GIVE UP TOMORROW exposes a Kafkaesque world of corruption and injustice.

Rebels With A Cause

Rebels With A Cause

by Nancy Kelly Urban Studies, Community Organizing & The Environment

They were unpaid and they were crazy. They were REBELS WITH A CAUSE. How a battle over land changed the landscape forever.