Please join Berkeley City College‘s #Arabic language students, the Arab Film and Media Institute/Arab Film Festival and Yalla Arabi: SF/East Bay Arabic Language Meetup as we present the ARAB FILM SERIES. Catch some of the hottest films that have screened at the ARAB FILM FESTIVAL.
April 26, 2018
Berkeley City College Auditorium, 2050 Center Street, Berkeley.
Screenings are free and open to the public but MUST register here to guarantee your seat(s).
A diverse assembly of short format documentary films that include spotlights on traditional #Moroccan #Sufi-inspired rock music and Amman’s underground #HeavyMetal scene, to a portrait of #Palestinian youth living under #occupation.
Of note in this program are 4 films from #SupportYemen’s documentary filmmaking workshop Comra (or “photographic dark room”) that supports #Yemeni filmmakers in tandem with the British Council.
Heartfelt, relevant, and inspiring:
our documentary shorts program has something for everyone.
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The Latinx Leadership Cultural Club at Berkeley City College is hosting a free movie screening of Dolores Huerta Friday March 23rd at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium. The screening will be followed by an open group discussion. The event is free for all to attend and open to the public. FREE FOOD!
For information, contact Andre Singleton, email@example.com
The Berkeley Underground Scholars Initiative, a joint program between UC Berkeley and Berkeley City College, is hosting a screening of From Incarceration to Education (FITE). This documentary highlights the journey of formerly incarcerated students succeeding despite the odds and will be followed by a panel discussion. Please come and meet the students and those involved in the documentary.
Here’s the information:
From Incarceration to Education
March 15, 2018, Thursday
12:00pm to 2:00pm
Berkeley City College Auditorium, Room 21
2015 Center Street
Celebrate with the Women’s Leadership Club & BCC President Rowena Tomaneng on March 3 and 7 at College Hour (12:15 – 1:15 pm) in the BCC Atrium. Follow us on Instagram @WomenLC_BCC
Blending Hip Hop, Theater, Poetry, and Dance, the duo of Jendog Lonewolf and Yalinidream demonstrate a politic of pluralism and solidarity through creative practice in their soul-touching collaboration.
This timely performance will tackle issues concerning TLGBQ; People of Color & Indigenous People; Islamophobia; Feminism and/or Gender; Justice; Immigrant Rights; Social Justice; Solidarity and more.
Join us in the BCC Auditorium on Thursday, March 8, 2018 @ 1:30 – 2:45 pm.
Co-sponsored by BCC’s Arts and Cultural Studies Department & the Office of the President.