Renison University College to Present Screening of ‘No Visible Trauma’: A Documentary Exposing Police Brutality in Calgary.
Renison University College is excited to present a screening of the powerful documentary ‘No Visible Trauma’ on Friday, March 10th, 2023, at 12:10 pm ET. This event will be held both online via Zoom and in-person in REN 2106.
Directed by Marc Serpa Francoeur and Robinder Uppal, ‘No Visible Trauma’ explores the deeply troubled police department of Calgary, Canada, and the devastating impact of unchecked police brutality. Despite its relatively low crime rates, the Calgary Police Service has shot and killed more people than officers in any other Canadian city in recent years. The film unravels the intertwined stories of three individuals who were the victims of extreme violence at the hands of police officers, exposing a criminal justice system that fails to hold police officers accountable for their actions.
Attendees are advised that this film contains graphic footage of police violence that may be triggering to some.
After registering for this event, attendees will receive a link and password to the film ‘No Visible Trauma’ to watch on their own time before the discussion and Q&A on March 10th. The event offers the opportunity to join the conversation online via Zoom or in-person in REN 2106, where attendees can participate in a thought-provoking conversation about the themes explored in the film.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with an important topic and connect with like-minded individuals. Register now for the screening of ‘No Visible Trauma’ using the following link: https://lnkd.in/gi2NeAdc.