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Stanford Alumni Movie Night: Showing and Discussion of "13th"

Event Details

Sat, July 11, 2020
06:45PM - 09:10PM
Zoom (link emailed to registrants one day prior to event)
Registration Period:
John Driver, '86 and Joyce Liu, '99

The tragic deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, among countless others, have forced all Americans to confront our country’s painful history of racial inequality, but the continuing challenges are ones that we as a community can choose to face together - through education, civic engagement, and respectful discourse.

To that end, the Stanford Multicultural Alumni Club, Cardinal Young Alumni Club, and Stanford Club of San Diego together invite you to join fellow alumni for a screening and discussion of "13th", a multiple award-winning documentary film on race, justice, and mass incarceration in the United States. We welcome diverse viewpoints, and require only that attendees adhere to the SAA Digital Code of Conduct stated below.


6:45 pm - Log into Zoom session. Optional social time

7 pm - Movie (1 hr and 40 min running time). Zoom chat feature enabled for comments during showing

8:40 pm - Zoom breakout rooms for post-movie discussion. Zoom audio and video enabled

9 pm - Return to main meeting for wrap-up

Event Activities

Stanford Alumni Movie Night: Showing and Discussion of "13th"
Saturday, July 11, 2020 @ 6:45 PM

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Event 32874