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Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:45 am

ASU Project Humanities has received funds from Arizona Humanities (formerly The Arizona Humanities Council) to expand public programming. With this funding, Project Humanities is able to offer a variety of film screenings and workshops that bring people together to promote the idea of talking, listening and connecting.

Two major series being financed are Building Bridges and Perils and Perks of Privilege. Building Bridges, created and led by Project Humanities’ Student’s Initiative (asuphs’i), consists of four documentary screenings throughout the Valley with the expressed intent of bringing seemingly disconnected communities together.

For details on the film lineup, visit humanities.asu.edu/events.

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