You’re invited to join us every fourth Friday at 7 p.m. (except December)! We offer a night of thought-provoking, engaging exploration of critical social justice issues through film and dialogue. The series is FREE and open to the public.

Fourth Friday Films at UUCLV provides a community forum with compelling information and ideas for re-focusing our country on the well-being of all citizens. Our goal is to be a local catalyst for building a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world for this and future generations.

Below is the schedule of events for 2018. For more details, visit our Facebook page or our blog.


Fourth Friday Film Series 2018 Schedule
UUCLV, 424 Center Street, Bethlehem, PA – in the Community Room.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Film starts at 7:00 pm.

February 23: “Big Pharma: Market Failure” is a documentary by Vince Mondillo and Richard Master on the problems with the pharmaceutical industry and what we can do about it.

March 23: “Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time” explores the life and legacy of the famed conservationist.

April 27: “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few” is a Robert Reich documentary about democracy, capitalism and our economic well-being.

May 25: Fighting Veteran Suicide and PTSD program will discuss the challenges for service members returning to civilian life and ways we can help reduce veteran suicide and PTDS.

June 22: “How the Women’s March Movement is Advocating for Women’s Rights” with Shawna Knipper, Executive director of Women’s March PA.

July 27: “The Big Money Agenda” is a documentary about money in politics by local film makers Vince Mondillo and Richard Master.

August 24: It Happens Right Here: Human Trafficking in the Lehigh Valley. We’ll shine a light on human trafficking within our local community with a documentary and discussion.

September 28: “The Empire’s War on the Border” looks at the immigration issue and what we can do about it.

October 26: Environmental Program focused on building a sustainable work for this and future generations.

November 16 (3rd Friday): Challenging the Medicalization of Women’s Sexuality with Karen Hicks, anti-big pharma national activist since 1984. We will use the documentary Orgasm Inc.

December – No Film Series.