A.D. King: Behold the Dream...Brother to the Dreamer, by Babs Onabanjo
The legacy of Martin Luther King’s brother.
Sat. 4:30-5:30pm / SOM P190 (see pg 2)
A Journey to Help Humanity, by Jeet Singh:
An insider's view on current living conditions in India and how to best help the poor of India.
Sat. 4:30-5:30pm / SOM P178 (see pg 2)
Free China: The Courage to Believe, by Kean Wang & Michael Perlman:
The remarkable stories of government crackdown on Falun Gong followers in China. Q&A will be followed after the movie. Falun Dafa exercise will be demonstrated after Q&A session.
Sun. 3:30-4:30pm / SOM P178 (see pg 3)
Pink Smoke Over the Vatican, presented by Diane Daugherty, ARCWP:
The controversial movement of women seeking to be ordained as priests. Followed by discussion of Women’s rights in the Catholic Church.
Sat. 11am-12:30pm / SOM A170 (see pg 2)
Health & Healing Using Natural Foods, by Dr. Linzy Scott:
Health & Healing Using Natural Foods.
Sat. 11am-12noon / SOM A153 (see pg 2)
Healthcare Movie (The), by Laurie Simons & Terry Sterrenberg:
The real story of how it came to be that the health care systems in Canada and the United States are so different today "People are more important than profits." Narrated by Kiefer Sutherland
Sat. 1-2:30pm / SOM A170 & Sun. 3-5:30pm / SOM A170 (see pg 2 & 3)
Tree Widow: by Alison Mills Newman:
A story about a widow who, instead of giving in to her sexual demons after losing her husband of 28 years, opens her home to displaced and battered women.
Sun. 5-6:30pm / SOM A153 (see pg 3)
Stop the Killer in the Kitchen: By Nate Edwards:
Fuel efficient stoves in South Africa. Discussion to Follow.
Sat. 3-4pm / SOM P178 (see pg 2)