All members of the Skyline College community are invited to explore critical global citizenship through two upcoming film screenings and a panel discussion to begin with comments from President Moreno and Vice President of Instruction Vinició Lopez.
Monday, March 13, 4:30pm.: Community Film Screening: Wasted: The Story of Food Waste
In this documentary, renowned chefs discuss the economic and environmental costs of global food waste, exploring solutions involving educating consumers.
Location: Intercultural Center Lounge, Building 4
Tuesday, March 14, 3:30pm.: Community Film Screening: Bitter Seeds (virtual)
Bitter Seeds: This documentary exposes the tragic impact of the American agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation, Monsanto on rural farming communities in India. This is the third film in Micha Peled’s Globalization Trilogy, following the award-winning Store Wars: When Wal-Mart Comes to Town and China Blue.
Wednesday, March 15, 3:30pm.: Panel Discussion (hyflex) Let us know if you will join in person or via Zoom by filling out the registration form.
In person: Intercultural Center Lounge, Building 4.
How are individual, local, national, and global interconnected and co-produced, and how can each of us recognize and take responsibility for our choices & actions? Panelists include activists, writers, artists, journalists & Skyline faculty. Refreshments will be provided.
Find more information please visit https://skylinecollege.edu/cgce/events.php or contact Professor Pia Walawalkar, Equity and Outreach Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Rob Williams email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you!