CANCELLED-Victims of Communism Series: "The Lives of Others" Film Screening

The Lives of Others is an Oscar Winning Film about a member of the East German Secret Police (Stasi), conducting surveillance on a writer and an actress, and finding himself becoming increasingly absorbed by their lives. It is a beautiful, tragic story about life under tyrannical government. The film will be followed by an audience discussion of the film with Maura Grady, Department of English; Rene Paddags and Greg McBrayer, Department of History & Political Science.
 
The CAS Symposium Against Indifference, in collaboration with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and the Ashbrook Center, host this series of the following events designed to inform and create awareness about the tyranny of communism.
• A viewing and panel discussion of The Lives of Others, an Oscar Winning Film about a member of the East German Secret Police who conducts surveillance on a writer and an actress.
• A lecture on Czech dissidents under the Soviet Union’s Satellite State of Czechoslovakia by Dr. Flagg Taylor, an expert on Totalitarianism.
• Talks by two victims of communism:
• Grace Jo who escaped the horrors of North Korea
• Enrique Altimari, an advocate for the Venezuelan Republic and a vocal critic of the Socialist Party’s rule under Chávez and Maduro
Start Date: 
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 6:00pm

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