Members of the Syracuse University and Central New York communities will have an opportunity to view award-winning documentaries and feature films from around the world during “Illuminating Oppression: 9th Annual Human Rights Film Festival,” Thursday, Sept. 15, through Saturday, Sept. 17.
The three-day festival is part of the 2011 Syracuse Symposium, “Identity,” and is presented by the SU Humanities Center for the College of Arts and Sciences and the Newhouse School.
All of the films will be shown in the Life Sciences Complex Auditorium of Syracuse University and are free and open to the public.
Festival Screenings and Times
Public parking will be available for $4 on Thursday, September 15, at Booth Garage (Comstock Ave); on Friday morning, September 16 at University Avenue Garage; on Friday evening and all day Saturday at Q4 (College Place).
For more information on Illuminating Oppression, visit www.syracusehumanities.org.
Illuminating Oppression is co-sponsored by SU Library; South Asia Center; Imagining America; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration; and SASSE.