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About Reel Inclusion

The "Reel Inclusion" film series began Fall Semester 2019 as a collaborative effort between The Office of the Provost, Inclusive Excellence, the Multicultural Center, University Libraries, and the Friends of the Bracken M. Library with the goal of engaging the campus community in learning and discussion around issues related to diversity, inclusion, and social justice.

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Please contact the Office of Inclusive Excellence with comments, questions, or suggestions.

The Office of Inclusive Excellence
Applied Technology Building, Room 101
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765-285-5316

Upcoming Film

Becoming More Visible: Young Transgener Adults on a Journey to Becoming More Visible

Thursday, April 4, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in AT 183
Discussion Facilitator: Dr. Brandon Million, Assistant Director for Inclusive Excellence at Ball State University

Are you Male or Female? For the four fearless young transgender adults featured in the film this is not a simple question. These four defy societal norms to be their true selves and become more visible. None of their transitions is easy, but for some it is easier than for others.

Becoming More Visible seeks to help ignite the awareness and understanding needed to put an end to the discrimination of transgender young adults worldwide - to encourage society to see these young people for who they are today, not how they were born or choose to identify.

The film is 1hr 11min long.  Attend the screening as part of Campus Pride Month and Trans Day of Visibility.

Some R-rated language, and brief reference to male genitalia.

Dr. Brandon Million, Assistant Director for Inclusive Excellence, will lead discussion following the screening.

Reel Inclusion: Accidental Courtesy

Accidental Courtesy 
Musician Daryl Davis Meets and Befriends Members of the Ku Klux Klan



Light in the Water, Reel Inclusion: A Film Series

 

Light in the Water
The Story of the First Openly Gay Masters Swim Team



The Wall Calendar Picture



The Wall
Short Documentaries on the Undocumented Immigration Crisis



Reel Inclusion: A Lot Like You

 


A Lot Like You
Exploring Multiracial Identity

  

Living Thinkers Reel Inclusion Film Series



Living Thinkers
An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower




Zoom In

 


Zoom In
Microaggressions and Disability
  

Reel Inclusion: Show Me Democracy

 

Show Me Democracy
Student Activism Amidst the Uprising in Ferguson

 

 

Latino Americans: Peril and Promise - Reel Inclusion: A Film Series

 


Latino Americans
Peril and Promise

 

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Black Boys
Illuminating the full humanity of Black men  and boys in America.

 

 

Reel Inclusion: Mankiller

 

Mankiller
An in-depth look at the life and work of Cherokee Nation chief, Wilma Mankiller.


Reel Inclusion: A Film Series A Road to Home

 

A Road to Home
Stories of Homeless LGBTQ Youth of New York City



Reel Inclusion A Film Series Not Your Model Minority

 

Not Your Model Minority
Exploring the origins of the myth and the intersections with past and present anti-Asian violence

 

Reel Inclusion: A Film Series - "Real Boy"

 

Real Boy: A Son's Transition. A Mother's Transformation
An intimate story of a family in transition



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Stranger at the Gate
A story of retribution and hope for a US veteran set in Muncie, Indiana

 

Reel Inclusion Waging Change

 

Waging Change
A film about an American struggle hidden in plain sight



Autism Goes to College
Four stories of college students with autism and their experiences navigating a pivotal time in their lives





Reel Inclusion Fruits of Labor

Fruits of Labor
"...a lyrical, coming-of-age documentary feature about adolescence, nature and how ancestors paved the way"



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Our Story: The Indigenous Led Fight to Protect Greater Chaco

A documentary following the Indigenous-led fight to protect a sacred landscape


Fruits of Labor
"A powerful call for healing, this ground-breaking film takes a grassroots approach to exploring the globalized policing of natural Black hair."