Documentary Film Series in Ontario

My Brother's Keeper screens eight films on issues such as mental health, addiction, and mass incarceration.

This fall, Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario will present "My Brother's Keeper," a series of eight documentary film screenings exploring the lives of marginalized peoples and issues such as mental health, addiction, and mass incarceration. Each screening will be followed by a presentation and Q&A session by a local nonprofit or government agency. 

All screenings are free and take place in the Collins Foundation Gallery at the Four Rivers Cultural Center, 676 SW Fifth Ave., Ontario. Screenings begin at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Read more about the series

September 13
Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth
Community presenter: Catholic Charities of Oregon

September 20
Emmanuel's Gift
Community presenter: WITCO

September 27
The Anonymous People
Community presenter: Lifeways

October 4
Where to Invade Next and Maximum Capacity
Community presenter: Snake River Correctional Institute

October 11
Unlisted, a Story of Schizophrenia
Community presenter: Lifeways

October 18
Kicked Out: LGBTQ Youth Experience Homelessness

October 25
Homeless in America
Community presenter: Community in Action

November 1
Waging a Living
Community presenter: Oregon Department of Human Services

"My Brother's Keeper" is made possible in part by a Responsive Program Grant from Oregon Humanities.

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Is there a way we can attend these excellent programs online? I live way on the other side of the state and cannot make it to Ontario. If you have intentions of presenting it in different locations, please let me know where and when. This information is vital to Oregon as well as the other 49 states. Thanks for putting it together.

Tess Chedsey | September 2017 | Warrenton, OR

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