Libraries' host "Outfoxed" at Social Justice Film Festival this Saturday


Attached is a flyer for the film "Outfoxed" hosted by the University Libraries.  Please encourage others to come.

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The Second Annual Social Justice Film Festival for faculty, staff and students will be held on Saturday October 16th with five films shown at 1:00 PM and another 5 films at 3:00 PM in Tate Physics Building on the East Bank of the University.  All are documentaries on social justice themes and will be followed by discussion.  Descriptions of the films can be found at

Come to see a film you've always wanted to see, learn about U of M resources, and the first 150 participants will received a free t-shirt.  Event is sponsored by Housing and Residential Life, The Social Justice Leadership Retreat, The Office for Student Affairs, Office for Equity and Diversity, University Libraries, the Social Justice Minor, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, GLBTA Programs Office, The Women's Center, The Aurora Center for Advocacy and Education, Community Service Learning Center, Disability Services, University Counseling and Consulting Services.

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