State University of New York College at Cortland
Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies Events
Tuesday, October 6 7:30 pm Sperry Center, Room 106
THE THROWAWAYS, a film by Bhawin Suchak & Ira McKinley
The Throwaways is a personal exploration of the devastating impact of police brutality and mass incarceration on the black community told through the eyes of formerly incarcerated activist filmmaker Ira McKinley. With rawness, urgency and power, the film speaks idrectly to the national movement rising up to fight back against a wave of police killings of black people in America. Timely and provocative, THE THROWAWAYS is more than just an illumination of marginalized people at their weakest moments; it is a call to action, a story of directly engaging in the fight for justice.
Thinking About War and Peace, a yearlong series sponsored by CGIS, CEPS, Africana Studies, Philosophy, and an ASC Grant. Free and open to the public.
Tuesday, October 13 6:30 pm Corey Union Room 204-208
"The Four Trails of Tears of Cherokee Removal/Relocation"
Monday, October 26 7:00 pm Sperry Center room 105
The Mask You Live In, Film Screening sponsored by SUNY Cortland Title IX Office (cortland.edu/titleix)
Thursday, October 29 5:00 pm Jacobus Lounge, Brockway Hall
"Becoming a Teacher in the (Re)Awakening of Racial Violence"