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|Dream What We Can become & Rejoice|
|Date||Tuesday March 14|
|Time||2:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
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|Second entrance downhill from Piedmont on Bancroft. Room 145. Entrance door at NW corner of plaza|
|Organizer/Author||George Elfie Ballis|
“Dream...” will be open Tues. & Wed. 2-7 pm. Thus 1-5 pm.
Multimedia — stills, docu-poem videos, music, smellavision — Exhibit:
”Dream What We Can Become & Rejoice,
Soñar Lo Que Podemos Ser y Gozar"
See 106 black & white images of the farm worker experience, heart-wrenching to inspiring, — from dark oppression to light of hopeful organizing.
Photographed, filmed and produced by Geoge Elfie Ballis & Maia Ballis of SunMt Environmental & Multimedia Center • Sponsored by Center for Social Justice, Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley
Dream includes books & posters plus short Docu-Poem Videos & DVDs
on a wide range of social justice issues including:
“We — Rising Up from King’s Legacy to Embrace Peace and Justice” — currrent community actions, music & words amplifying King’s messages into current issues. Broadcast nationally over Free Speech TV. DVD with 14 interactive chapters facilitating classroom effectiveness.
“Campus Peace” — college students in Fresno rising up against cop spying on their meetings. Pieces broadcast over Free Speech TV. DVD with 17 interactive chapters facilitating classroom effectiveness.
See clips from these and other SunMt docu-poems: http://www.sunmt.org/video.html
— the timeless dance for justice by many people on many issues.
“Your images and stories bring a hidden reality to light for my students
& nourish me to continue in the struggle for justice.”
Jenn Radar, teacher, El Cerrito High School
For more info or group reservations mailto:email@example.com • SunMt: 559.855.3710 • cell: 559.472.6496
To see “Dream...” on web http://www.sunmt.org/nuts.html and http://www.sunmt.org/dreambee.html
See archives of Boalt installation http://www.sunmt.org/dreamboalthall.html