The Hunting Ground

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies Tacoma
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6:30 PM, Friday, January 19, 2018
Location: Tacoma (click for map)

Director Kirby Dick & Producer Amy Ziering follow up their award-winning “The Invisible War” with another incendiary, shocking, infuriating masterpiece, “The Hunting Ground.”

Again, they tackle an institution that has engendered a climate in which sexual assault has nearly become normalized, an expectation on certain college campuses. Over the next year, over 100,000 women will be sexually assaulted on college campuses. As disturbing as the actual crimes are, Dick & Ziering point a righteous finger at the administrations that know their campuses live up to the title of this film for young women and yet they do nothing in the pursuit of the almighty dollar.

Our institutions of higher learning are often sacrificing the safety of the children who go there in order to quash statistics that might hurt enrollment. It is an infuriating reality that “The Hunting Ground” exposes. I was rattled watching it, finding it hard to catch my breath and harder still to imagine how many people are in positions of power who have heard these stories so many times and turned their backs on victims.

Sponsors: http://thehuntinggroundfilm.com/

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheHuntingGroundFilm/

Release Year: 2015

Running Time: 90 min

Director: Kirby Dick

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  1. Genevieve
    #1 Genevieve 19 January, 2018, 14:48

    If you miss “Hunting Ground” on the 19th, we are also hosting this film followed by discussion at the University Place Pierce County Library, Feb. 27 at 6:30 pm.

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