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Recap of Screening at Meredith College

by Abandoned Allies on February 6th, 2013

Last week we screened Abandoned Allies at Meredith College, thanks to the kind support of so many people. We held a Q&A afterwards to continue the conversation. There were so many thought-provoking questions. Here are a few photos from the screening at Meredith College.

 

Panelists speak during the question and answer session at Meredith College following the screening of "Abandoned Allies" on Wednesday, January 30, 2013.

Panelists answered questions following the screening of “Abandoned Allies” on Wednesday, January 30, 2013. Pictured here is Hip Ksor, Vien Siu, Surry Roberts, and Nick Palmer. (Not pictured: George Shepard.) Photo by Camden Watts.

 

The beautiful stage set up at Meredith College in Carswell Auditorium before the screening of "Abandoned Allies" on Wednesday, January 30, 2013.

The beautiful stage set up at Meredith College in Carswell Auditorium before the screening of “Abandoned Allies” on Wednesday, January 30, 2013. Photo by Camden Watts.

 

Screenings like this happen with the support of so many people. We appreciate the kind and generous support of everyone involved. Here are a few of the special folks who helped make last week’s screenings a possibility.

Special thanks to Hilary Allen, director of alumnae and parent relations at Meredith College, for suggesting the screening. Thank you to Dr. Alisa Johnson, professor of English, for the opportunity to speak with her students and for leading the efforts to organize the screening. Many thanks to Dr. Jeffrey Martinson, professor of history and political science, for the encouragement and support of the event (and for offering extra credit to students who attended!). Special thanks to Alice Martinson for the words of encouragement and the introduction to Dr. Martinson. Many, many thanks to two guys I absolutely adored when I attended MC: John Kincheloe, media specialist, and Bill Brown, director of events and community programs at Meredith College. Also, a special shout out to Stephen McAdams for helping Bill Brown with such an incredible stage set up!

More thanks to Surry Roberts, Vien Siu, Hip Ksor, Nick Palmer, and George Shepard for being part of the Q&A session. It is always wonderful to have folks available to answer the important questions from audiences. Sincerest thanks for the dedication and time shared to make these screenings great.

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