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Once again, the Immigration & Human Rights Cinema comes to the Verizon Auditorium of George Mason University, Prince William Campus. Join us Sunday May 12, 2013 for the 3:00 p.m. screening of "BULLY" an important film about current trends in the age old issue of harassment. How do cell phones, internet, social media and the anonymity they supply extend and intensify the threat to those who are most vulnerable? What makes an individual vulnerable? How can communities band together to confront the new face of an age old social problem?
Free on campus parking is available in the King Lot across George Mason Circle from the Verizon Auditorium. A light reception precedes the screening, a short issues based discussion follows. Join us for a provocative look at a major social issue confronting teens, ethnic groups, the elderly, and anyone understood to be vulnerable to the threatened violence of the "BULLY."