|An inspiring true story of three men in a land gripped by fear, hatred and division. Expected to be enemies, they instead use nonviolence to find solutions to the conflict. Sponsored by Fish House, Amnesty International, and Dept. of English/Philosophy. Panel discussion will follow the viewing.|
The viewing will be held in the Crider Lecture Hall located in the Boyd Building, Tuesday, Feb. 28. The event will begin at 6:30 PM and end at 9 PM.
Admission is free and open to UWG community and the public. No ticket required.
For more information, contact Dr. David Newton at 678-839-4877 or email@example.com.