Boycott Screening 

Boycott, follows a news publisher, an attorney and a speech therapist, who, when forced to choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across America. The film traces the impact of state legislation passed in 34 states designed to penalize individuals and companies that choose to boycott Israel due to its human rights record. These laws have spawned an all-out assault on our First Amendment rights and we see a screening at Berkeley as an opportunity for students and educators to grapple with the far-reaching implications of this legislation.

This event is brought to you in collaboration with the Center for Race & Gender, the Department of Ethnic Studies and, the SSWANA Initiative. 

Q&A TO FOLLOW WITH THE FILM’S DIRECTOR, JULIA BACHA, AND PROTAGONIST, BAHIA AMAWI.

* This event will only be open to UC Berkeley affiliates*

Event Details
Tuesday, April 25th
6:00PM PST
The MCC
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