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SADOC Film Club Presents

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Spring 2014 Film Series

Cultures of Resistance - Monday, March 31 - LBJ Student Center, room 3-3.1 - 7pm
 
Worldwide, people from all walks of life are finding creative ways to oppose war and promote peace, justice and sustainability. Cultures of Resistance explores how are and creativity can be ammunition in the battle for peace and justice. 
 
  
Plastic Paradise - Monday, April 7 - Evans, room 114 - 7pm 
 
Every single piece of plastic that has ever been created since the 19th century is still somewhere on our planet. So if it never goes away, where does it go?
 
Abused - Monday, April 14 - LBJ Student Center, room 3-3.1 - 7pm
 
Abused tells the gripping personal stories of the individuals, the families and the town that survived the most brutal, most expensive and largest immigration raid in the history of the United States and serves as a cautionary tale of government abuses. 
 
 

About SADOC
The Social Awareness Documentary Film Club aims to bring documentary films to the Texas State University and San Marcos, Texas communities that raise important questions about social justice.  This registered student organization hopes that through screenings and discussions, students, faculty, staff, and members of the larger community will be inspired to work together to make the world a safer, happier, more just place.  For more information, contact Max Anderson at mma42@txstate.edu or Dr. Jon Lasser at lasser@txstate.edu.

NEW: SADOC is now partnering with Keep San Marcos Beautiful by adopting Rio Vista Park. SADOC members will volunteer to clean the park at least 4 times/year.

SADOC President Max Anderson: Max is a senior at Texas State University and is double-majoring in Electronic Media and Political Science. He has been president of SADOC for two years. He has had a passion in documentaries for several years. Some of his favorite documentaries are H2Oil, Better this World, Farenheit 9/11, Cultures of Resistance, and many more. Max is working on his first documentary film about grassroots resistance in Texas against the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline.

 

Some of Our Past Screenings

Burma VJ

The Revisionaries

Girl Model

Intimidad

Mardi Gras Made in China

Business of Being Born

Forgotten Lives

WalMart: The High Cost of Low Prices

Hard Road Home

Upcoming Events

 On November 2nd, SADOC will have a "trash pick-up" at Rio Vista Park as part of our involvement with Keep San Marcos Beautiful. Let's meet at 11 and be prepared to stay for a couple of hours.