Our vision is to raise awareness of social justice issues and inspire people to take action.
Our goal is to promote films, and to provide a forum for discussion about social justice issues.
The next film in the Friday Night Film Series is BIDDER 70, January 31 at 7 pM.
Successful change requires informed knowledge - come & join us.
Together we will make a difference!
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- In resistance to globalization some communities, and even a few countries, are successfully relocalizing their economies, and measuring progress by increases in Gross National Happiness, rather than Gross National Product.
- This film explores Canada's relationship to its freshwater and asks the question: is water a commercial good like running shoes or Coca-Cola? Or, is water a human right like air?
- Continuing to use fossil fuels at the present rate of consumption is not sustainable, but the fossil fuel companies are obstructing, rather than leading, any attempts at change.
- This film, winner of 20 major awards, follows Tim, Bidder 70, from college student to incarcerated felon. Redefine justice for yourself. Choose your side.
The Ninth Annual White Rock Social Justice Film Festival
was held February 22 - 23.
Thank you everyone for helping make it a success!
to read about the White Rock Social Justice Film Society on HubPages click here
to read the White Rock Social Justice Film Society President's Letter 2013 click here
In keeping with our vision, the WRSJFS offers you the opportunity to view the selected films and to discuss the issues raised with fellow audience members and knowledgeable resource people. By raising social awareness and consciousness we hope to inspire individuals to action.
Our Society is presently creating a DVD Library of films that have been screened in the past White Rock Social Justice Film Festivals or DVDs that have been reviewed by the committee but not shown publicly. The focus of the films is on environmental and social justice issues and we would like to share this information by loaning you DVDs from our library. We welcome you to join our Society for a membership fee of $5.00
Together we will create a better world.
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