SHOW ME: Season 3

SHOW ME: Season 3


About the Series

A program of free, monthly screenings followed by community conversations, the Show Me Series is a co-curatorial endeavor between Ragtag Cinema and its five Community Partners. Seeking to evolve our film-centric space into one that embraces our communities, this series uses film as an art form to prompt rich and poignant discussions.

Ragtag Cinema is honored to co-host the Show Me Series with our Community Partners:

Mixed at Mizzou is the first on-campus community for students who identify as Mixed: those having two or more racial, ethnic, and/or cultural backgrounds. By uniting students of all backgrounds, MAM seeks to empower individuals to embrace their unique identity while celebrating the multitude of identities surrounding them. Likewise, MAM envisions the improved treatment of all marginalized people through campus and community education and shared action with other multicultural organizations.

The Michael A. Middleton Center for Race, Citizenship, and Justice is a multi-disciplinary research center that encourages collaborative discourse around the Center’s three core research pillars: race, citizenship and justice.

Missouri River Relief is a community, volunteer, and equipment-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to connecting people to the Missouri River through hands-on river cleanups, education events, and stewardship activities.

The Cambio Center leads research and outreach on Latines, immigrant integration, and communities undergoing demographic change. To understand processes of integration and support changing communities, the Center leads interdisciplinary research that spans fields as diverse as psychology, community development, economics, health, etc… To ensure that research is meaningful to communities and their leaders, Cambio Center outreach efforts bring together academics, students, and practitioners to discuss findings and exchange best practices.

City of Refuge was created to help refugees and immigrants recover and regain control of their lives. They provide basic need programs and professional development opportunities for those in our community. Their goal is to equip those arriving in our community with the materials they need, as well as deeper friendships they can count on as they navigate a new life in the United States.

The Show Me Series takes place monthly, and all screenings are free and open to the public.

Presented By

The Arts and Education Council


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