Please join us on Monday, April 15th for an on-campus screening of the 2017 documentary film I AM EVIDENCE.
This film tells the story of four survivors whose rape kits went untested for years, following them as they navigate their way through the criminal justice system and learn that so often, the system is broken.
The film reveals the historic nature of the way we treat the crime of sexual assault in this country, and the positive effects that occur when perpetrators are held accountable and survivors are given an opportunity for healing and justice. I AM EVIDENCE has won the audience award for Best Documentary Film at both the Provincetown and Traverse City Film Festivals.
Film trailer and other information available here: https://www.iamevidencethemovie.com/
On-campus screening information:
Monday, April 15, 2019
St. Francis Chapel, Lombardo Student Center
Followed by discussion and Q&A session led by Title IX Coordinator Eric Butler and staff members from the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.
All members of the campus community are welcome and encouraged to attend. For questions or ADA accommodations, please contact Megan Wilson-Reitz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (216) 397-4425.
Sponsored by the JCU Title IX Office, with sponsorship support from the Social Justice Movie Series program through the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion.