Film Screening by Films for Action

Saturday, February 21st 2015 at 5:00 pm

Film Screening by Films for Action Homelessness: the Realities and Opportunities A Series of Short Films

Saturday, February 21
5:00-7:00 pm
Center for Inquiry-Indiana,
350 Canal Walk, Suite A, Indianapolis

Have the Homeless Become Invisible?
In this social experiment, unsuspecting people walked by relatives pretending to be homeless. Would they notice their family members? Or have the homeless become invisible?
Cardboard Stories / Rethink Homelessness
We asked our homeless friends to write down a fact about themselves that other people wouldn't know just by walking past them. Their answers may surprise you.
Facing Homelessness TEDx Ranier
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this stirring and eye-opening talk, Rex Hohlbein shows how we can take our own small and meaningful steps to end homelessness and admit and respond to the inequality in our midst. If you can say "Hello" and have willingness to see people, you can take a step that can help address homelessness.
Is This My Home?
One woman's story - watching her life fray into homelessness. This film takes viewers on a frank and personal journey into the causes and ramifications of homelessness in our current USA economy. It has been shown at the 2014 American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs, CA, Seattle's Social Justice Film Festival, and more.
We Can End Homelessness?
In 2014, Community Solutions and 186 US communities announced that they had found housing for 100,000 homeless Americans in four years. Today, many of those same communities are fighting to end veteran and chronic homelessness outright
For more information about this program, contact Sheila Plank