On Thursday nights this October, American University is hosting their annual Human Rights Film Series.
Presented by AU’s Center for Social Media and Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law, the films cover a variety of human rights issues, including euthanasia, immigration and a warlord-turned-evangelical-preacher.
The series takes place at AU’s Katzen Arts Center on Thursday nights from 5:30pm-8:00pm through October 20th. Each screening includes a discussion with the filmmakers and human rights advocates, and the program offers further resources for each film’s topic on their website.
All of the films are free and open to the public, but the series’ organizers suggest you arrive early because seating is limited.