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"The Human Experience," a film series presented by Old Dominion University's Office of Multicultural Student Services, will be on Mondays throughout the fall and spring semesters.

The series offers an observation of the human struggle to survive and finds resolution within one's own society, regardless of demographics. Each film is introduced by a member of the student/faculty community, providing greater insight into understanding the social context of the film and its relevance to our own life experiences.

All films are free and open to the public and will be presented at 8 p.m. in the Mills Godwin Jr. Life Sciences Building room Room 102. For more information, call 683-4406.

Other films to be screened include:

Jan. 24
"In America"
This good-hearted film tells a story of a young immigrant family struggling to comes to terms with the grief of the death of the youngest family member.

Feb. 7
It's 1923 in Florida and, while racial tensions still exist 60 years after the civil war, the black town of Rosewood and its white sister town of Sumner peacefully coexist.

March 14
"The Magdalene Sisters"
Ireland in the sixties: Four women are given into the custody of the Magdalene sisterhood asylum to correct their behavior.

This article was posted on: November 9, 2004

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