#GlobalPOV At Cal Day

What’s on your Cal Day agenda? From 11-12:00 PM in 145 Dwinelle Hall on Saturday, Apr. 20, we’ll screen “Can We Shop To End Poverty?”, the second vid in the #GlobalPOV series. We invite you to come view and discuss it with our team. Visit the Cal Day website for more information.

How Social & Digital Media Create a Global Point of View
The #GlobalPOV Project combines critical social theory, improv art and digital media to explore innovative ways of thinking about poverty and inequality. Join the #GlobalPOV team for a discussion of the project and a screening of a live-action sketch video “micro-lecture,” written and narrated by Ananya Roy, award-winning professor and chair of the Global Poverty and Practice Minor.

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