Documentary film: Their Dreams Endure: Veins of Resistance in Chile, March 9

The documentary examines three distinct Chilean social movements and their efforts to bring about change through education, sovereignty, and housing  policy.

Joshua Tucker
Joshua Tucker

DOCUMENTARY FILM: Their Dreams Endure: Veins of Resistance in Chile by Joshua Tucker, an American journalist and filmmaker living in Chile.
DATE: Friday, March 9, 2018
TIME: 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.  Q & A session with Mr. Tucker follows the screening.
PLACE: University Classroom Building, room 100, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo (campus map).

Free and open to the UH community and the general public.

Summary

The documentary examines three distinct Chilean social movements and their efforts to bring about change through free quality education for all, sovereignty for the indigenous Mapuche people, and urban land occupations where people struggle for dignified housing.

Sponsors

UH Hilo Chancellor’s Professional Development Fund, Department of Political Science, Department of Administration of Justice, and the Office of International Student Services and Intercultural Education.

Contact

Su-Mi Lee. For disability accommodation, contact Disability Services.

Poster with graphic illustration of destroyed city.