Mon. Jun. 14, 2021 at 7pm via ZOOM | Follow three students through the tumultuous year of 2020 as they struggle with the new reality of education under Covid and the tragic murder of George Floyd. In a world where "I can’t breathe," is a symptom of both police brutality and Covid-19, these students must find a way to navigate their new reality. | WATCH THE TRAILER
Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Jabbar R. Bennett, Ph.D., will introduce the project.
Scheduled panelists include these student producers and film participants:
- Nala Davis
- Cierra Chapman
- Charlie Woodside
- Cherished Kirkland
- Kisu Kwon
- Sydney Miller
- Armand Saavedra
The panel will be moderated by Amol Pavangadkar.
The evening will also include comments from Dr. Prabu David, dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences; Susi Elkins, WKAR director of broadcasting and general manager; and Dr. Tim Vos, director of the School of Journalism.
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If you have questions about this event, please send an email to Amol Pavangadkar at Pavangad@msu.edu
This event is featured as part of the Michigan State University Juneteenth Celebration.
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More About the Film: The Twin Pandemics
“The Twin Pandemics” follows three students through the tumultuous year of 2020 as they struggle with the new reality of education under Covid. They share their struggles, triumphs, and tribulations as they combat isolation, coronavirus, and the tragic murder of George Floyd all while still attending classes. In a world where ‘I can’t breathe,’ is symptom of both police brutality and Covid-19, these students must find a way to navigate their new reality.