Upcoming Events: February and March 2018 | Not in Our Town

Upcoming Events: February and March 2018

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Film Screening and Panel Discussion: Tuesday, 2/13/18

Details: The violence in Charlottesville, and the rise of hate incidents have shaken our country. Acts of intolerance and bigotry have surfaced here in Marin County schools and in our community. There is so much at stake.

Join concerned civic leaders, community members, students, and parents for a film screening of Light in the Darkness and community discussion about how to stop hate in Marin.

Introduction and Discussion Moderator: NIOT Founder and Filmaker Patrice O’Neill.

The panel discussion includes College of Marin Student Leaders, Civic Leaders and Community Members.

This event will feature a screening of Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness, a film about how to prevent hate.

When: Tuesday, February 13th

1st Event: 12:00 pm Campus Event, 12:30 pm Screening. Click here to RSVP 

2nd Event: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Screening and Panel. Click here to RSVP.

Where: College of Marin, Kentfield Campus, Academic Building, Room AC255

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Film Screening and Discussion: Monday, 3/5/18

Details: The film, Not In Our Town: Northern California, takes a regional look at ve Northern California communities dealing with deadly hate violence over a five-year period. Together,the stories reveal that whether the motivation is racism, anti- Semitism, or crimes motivated by gender or sexual orientation, hate is the same. Following the film, a student panel will share its stories and then Patrice O’Neill, founder and executive director of Not In Our Town, will lead the audience in a discussion on how to prevent and respond to incidents of hate and bigotry.

Community Organizing Workshop: Tuesday, 3/6/18

Details: Patrice O’Neill, founder and executive director of Not In Our Town, will meet with local civic leaders, law enforcement personnel, city and school representatives, and other concerned citizens to discuss how to foster greater safety and inclusion in our community. This event will promote communication and collaboration among community entities that ultimately results in creating a framework for preventing and responding to incidents of hate.

When: Monday, March 5th from 6 PM to 8 PM, and Tuesday, March 6 from 9 AM to Noon.

Where: Both events will be held at Wille Hall / Coats Campus Center / COCC Bend Campus FREE & OPEN to the public Collaborated by: COCC Multicultural Activities, Building Common Ground, Deschutes Cultural Coalition and other community organizations

For questions please contact: kroth1@cocc.edu or 541.383.7412

In advance of College events, persons needing accommodation or transportation because of a physical or mobility disability, contact Joe Viola at 541.383.7775. For accommodation because of other disability such as hearing impairment, contact Disability Services at 541.383.7583.

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