FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM
APRIL - JULY 2013
RED RIVER THEATERS
TUESDAY, APRIL 23
Speakers: Nancy Van Sciver, Education for All Children;
Augusta Thompson, 10x10;
Shabana Basij-Rasikh, School of Leadership, Afghanistan
TUESDAY, MAY 21
Not My Life
Speaker: Jennifer Durant,
NH Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence
TUESDAY, JUNE 18
Speakers: Corri Wilson, SNHU &
Catherine Rielly, Rubia, Inc.
Tuesday, July 16
Speakers: Dina Solomon & Jerold White,
Second Chance Africa
Red River Theatres
The Mayer Foundation
World Affairs Councils of America
Carlson & the Carlson Family Foundation
SERIES DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:
Different cultures, religions and countries have different values and beliefs. Our country and global organizations like the UN work to promote human rights, especially for women and children.
· What do you believe are the basic rights inherent to all human beings?
· What obligation do we have to combat or transform traditional values to promote human rights?
· How far should the international community go? What methods should we use? Education? Enforcement? Intervention?
THE PRICE OF PROGRESS
RED RIVER THEATRES
September - November 2012
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Earth Made of Glass
Speakers: James Waller, Keene State College & Deborah Scranton, Director
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16
Position Among the Stars
Speaker: Peng-Khuan Chong, Plymouth State University
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Last Train Home
Speaker: Chris Reardon, University of New Hampshire
Red River Theatres
New Hampshire Humanities Council
~ What is the price of progress?
~ What effects of modernization has your family, culture or country experienced?
~ What value does your family, culture, or country place on material goods? How did the economic recession affect how you feel about those values?
~ How did the economic recession affect your definition of the “American Dream?” What is the version of the “American Dream” in the country showcased in this film?
MADE IN PAKISTAN
THE FORGOTTEN REFUGEES
TURKISH WOMEN WHO DARE