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Social Justice Film Night, Dec 2018

Dec. 14 7:00 PM Waterwalker This feature-length documentary follows naturalist Bill Mason on his journey by canoe into the Ontario wilderness. The filmmaker and artist begins on Lake Superior, then explores winding and sometimes tortuous river waters to the meadowlands of the river’s source. Along the way, Mason paints scenes that capture his attention and …

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Four Women of Egypt

Four Women of Egypt. How do we get along with each other when our views collide? This feature documentary invites you to partake in a discussion between 4 Egyptian women of different political and religious stripe. Amina, Safynaz, Shahenda and Wedad are Muslim, Christian, or non-religious, but they are first and foremost friends. They listen …

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NCR: Not Criminally Responsible

Social Justice Film Night NCR: Not Criminally Responsible A documentary about violence, mental illness, and the rights of victims. The film looks at both sides of the debate and puts a human face on the complex ethical issues raised.  2013, 1 hour 39 min October 12 7pm at Westwood. All welcome. No charge. THIS FILM …

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Social Justice Movie Night Returns Sept. 14

Tonight, the Social Justice committee is kicking off the first monthly Film Night with a showing of “The Road Forward” (1hr. 41mins.), a musical documentary connecting the beginnings of Indian Nationalism in the1930’s with the powerful momentum of First Nations activism today.  Starts at 7pm – all are welcome!

Social Justice Movie Night

Please join us at the Church on Friday June 8th  at 7:00 PM for a screening of The Chocolate Farmer. “This full-length documentary takes us to an unspoiled corner of southern Belize, where cacao farmer and father Eladio Pop manually works his plantation in the tradition of his Mayan ancestors: as a steward of the …

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Social Just Movie Night -The Catholic School Debate

On Friday April 13, at 7:30 PM  the Social Justice Committee and all friends are welcomed to view a very interesting debate. The Centre for Constitutional Studie, at the University of Alberta hosted an interesting and controversial  debate in February this year.. The debate question was: Be it Resolved THAT Alberta should change its dual …

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February Film Night – Status Quo? The Unfinished Business of Feminism in Canada

All are welcomed to the February social Justice movie night at 7:30 PM on Feb.9 in the Church. This month’s film, by Karen Cho, focuses on issues of critical importance in regard to the rights and the safety of women in our society. Synopsis: Feminism has shaped the society we live in. But just how …

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Social Justice Movie Night Friday, Jan. 12

Discuss the film with the Director – Rosie Dransfeld will be attending this showing to answer questions and talk about the impact of her film. Westwood Sanctuary Friday, January 12th at 7:00 pm “Who Cares” (2012, 79 min, Viewer Discretion) From director Rosie Dransfeld – a documentary about Edmonton’s sex trade workers. All are welcome …

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