Wednesday, April 9, 2014
The College of Charleston will sponsor the South Carolina premiere of a new film entitled “Racial Taboo” on Friday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in Physician’s Auditorium, located on campus. This informative, yet entertaining film combines psychology, history and comedy to help us understand why many Americans find it difficult to have a meaningful conversation about “race”-related subjects and what we can do about it.
The film’s screening is the kickoff for the Student Diversity Conference and will be followed by a discussion. Although there is no charge for admission to the film and this is a large venue, students will be admitted on a priority basis.
Given recent events at the college, this should be a lively event. More information on “Racial Taboo” and the film’s trailer are available at www.racialtaboo.com.