Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival


The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival is an event that fosters ongoing discussions about human rights and social and political issues.

By promoting understanding and appreciation for world cultures, artistic and creative expression, and a commitment to global issues and social justice, the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival promises to be an exciting opportunity to engage both the College and our community.

The goal of the festival is threefold: to educate and expand awareness of social justice issues, both nationally and worldwide; to generate conversation and dialogue around civil and human rights, justice and injustice, as well as to inspire innovative and creative new approaches to social change.

Throughout the year, the Human Rights Film Festival will host screenings of documentaries, features, and shorts leading up to a three-day festival and competition in the fall.

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