Monday, October 06, 2003A documentary on diversity on campus produced by the 'Dialogues on Diversity' office will premiere at a free screening tomorrow, at 4 P.M. in the Michigan Theatre:
"This documentary draws on more than forty hours of interviews with students done individually, in groups, in courses, and in extra-curricular activities. It features eleven students, with selections from other interviews woven in to provide counterpoint and dimension to their stories. Most of those featured are undergraduate students and generally representative of the student body. The students are enrolled in the colleges of Literature, Science and the Arts and Engineering, and the schools of Law, Business, Nursing, Art and Education.
The documentary is designed to provoke thoughtful and informed discussion of complex issues; it was not made to promote the University’s policies. ... "
> AANews: "U-M student documentary examines diversity"
> U-M Press Release
> Documentary "Trailer"
> Dialogues on Diversity
Posted by Rob at 2:17 PM