Fourth Friday Films
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.
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.