Category Archives: First Tuesday Films
On January 1, 2019, the First Tuesday Film will partner with The Dallas Peace and Justice Center to present the documentary Dark Money. It could possibly be one of our most relevant films given the investigation into the President’s campaign … Continue reading →
“Myanmar’s Killing Fields” December 4th at 7:00 pm This free film screening is being co-sponsored by the Dallas Peace & Justice Center. You can read the review of the film here: https://www.oakcliffuu.org/wp/2018/11/first-tuesday-film-for-december-a-review/ Every month, at 7:00 pm on the first … Continue reading →
On December 4th, the First Tuesday Film, in conjunction with the Dallas Peace and Justice Center will be presenting the Frontline showing of “Myanmar’s Killing Fields.” Be aware this film is not appropriate for the young or sensitive, as it … Continue reading →
This Tuesday, November 6, the First Tuesday Film, in conjunction with the Dallas Peace and Justice Center, will hold a viewing of Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War. A film about the efforts of Waitstill and Martha Sharp to free … Continue reading →
Unfortunately, in today’s world, nothing is ever so simple.
While the government continues to deregulate laws around the fossil fuel industries it also tightens the regulations around the necessary tools to harness the wind and sun. Continue reading →
Usually, a child is aware of which gender they identify with by the time they are fairly young. With no support from loved ones or friends, they face a slippery slope of drug abuse, physical violence, homelessness, and high-risk sex acts Continue reading →