Cracking the Codes
On Thursday, April 3, 2014, The Doyle Program co-hosted the screening of Cracking the Codes with the Georgetown University Student Assoication (GUSA). The film interviews racial justice leaders in America and is activist in its aims, intending to engage the broader public in a conversation about the causes and consequences of systemic inequity as well as the link between moral ideals and democratic action. Associate Dean Dr. Dennis Williams (English) led students in thinking through racial inequity and the multiple layers of privilege experienced by students here on campus. Attendance and participation helped fulfill student requirements in multiple classes on campus.
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