The GSU Department of Communication in collaboration with vibrant Atlanta community voices present
GSU Community Based Media Production students will screen six short documentaries produced in collaboration with Unidos Elementary School, the Boys and Girls Club, Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children, Fourth Ward residents, Katrina survivors and Atlanta graffiti artists. Screening begins at 8:00 pm.
All proceeds go to benefit the Atlanta Day Shelter for Women & Children and the Boys and Girls Club of Atlanta.
A Place of Hope The Atlanta Day Shelter serves women and children by helping them renew hope, gain stability, and empower themselves to leave shelter life behind and prosper in the community.
Displaced in Atlanta A glimpse into the memories of a family that experienced Katrina together. You will hear their stories of displacement and resettlement, horror and loss. This film gives a voice to one family that is a part of a much larger community. The community of Katrina victims displaced by Katrina into the Atlanta community.
A peak into the life of Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward. It is a collection of old memories and new hopes for the neighborhood.
A creative collaboration with the Boys and Girls Club of Atlanta, emphasizing the unique and often powerful voice of our youth through visual and written expression.
Hendrix Elementary students are learning in a very unique way. Taught in both English and Spanish, the kids are learning what it means to become truly Unidos.
Atlanta Graffiti The portrayal of graffiti offers the public a more rounded view of an expressionistic form that ranges from plagues on our community to more the accepted mainstream and in-between.