Student Social Justice Short Film Festival

Friday, October 23, 2020

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In recent months, we've witnessed a significant amount of advocacy around social justice issues such as addressing racial injustice and systemic racism, greater access to healthcare, home and food insecurity, wealth inequality and unemployment, climate change, and more.  With that in mind, Lurie College is organizing a Student Social Justice Short Film Festival to amplify the voices of middle school, high school, community college, and university students around what social justice issues are significant to them.  To learn more and submit a 1-3 minute film by Friday, October 23, visit sjsu.edu/education/film-festival

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  • Angelina Amanda Ruiz

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In recent months, we've witnessed a significant amount of advocacy around social justice issues such as addressing racial injustice and systemic racism, greater access to healthcare, home and food insecurity, wealth inequality and unemployment, climate change, and more.  With that in mind, Lurie College is organizing a Student Social Justice Short Film Festival to amplify the voices of middle school, high school, community college, and university students around what social justice issues are significant to them.  To learn more and submit a 1-3 minute film by Friday, October 23, visit sjsu.edu/education/film-festival