The University of Dayton invites the Dayton community to a special screening of a recently released documentary by local filmmaker Aileen LeBlanc, Take Us Home, this Thursday, 7:30 pm, Sears Recital Hall (Humanities Building).
Take Us Home presents a personal, human look into the journey of Ethiopian Jews to Israel and sparks deep questions about justice, race, immigration, and identity. Following the screening Aileen LeBlanc will join Theo Majka and Mark Ensalaco for a panel discussion about the film. Refreshments will be served.
This is a FREE event sponsored by ArtStreet, the Human Rights Studies Program, and FilmDayton.
ArtStreet hosts the Friday Film Series – showcasing cutting edge, contemporary and classic films that focus on universal themes and include post-screening discussions with special guests.
ArtStreet Film Series Special Edition: Take Us Home
Date: November 21, 2013
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Sears Recital Hall, Jesse Philips Humanities Center
Sponsor: ArtStreet, Human Rights Studies Program and FilmDayton
Contact: Brian LaDuca
Phone number: 937-229-5101
Presented by ArtStreet, the UD Human Rights Studies Program and FilmDayton. Local filmmaker Aileen LeBlanc’s documentary presents a personal, human look into the journey of Ethiopian Jews to Israel – an issue which is in the news now and soon to be in the hearts of all who care about injustice, race, immigration, acceptance and identity. Hosted by director Aileen LeBlanc.
This event is free and open to the public.