YAL in Action

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Tag: movie screening
  • Virginia Tech YAL’s 13th Screening with Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Young Democrats

    On February 15th, Virginia Tech YAL partnered with Virginia Tech’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy and Young Democrats chapters for a screening of the critically acclaimed documentary 13th by Ava DuVernay. This eye-opening documentary focused on the racial inequalities in America’s prison system, and how the 13th amendment created a system in which the prison …

  • American University Screens Team America!

    On March 7th, American University’s YAL chapter screened the 2004 action comedy movie, ‘Team America: World Police’, created by the makers of ‘South Park’ Matt Stone and Trey Parker. With financial support from the libertarian advocacy group Americans for Prosperity (AFP) our YAL chapter was able to bring in pizzas and soda for the screening. …

  • Deep Web Screening at New Mexico State University

    This was our group’s second movie debut ever and it was a hit! We had a group of almost all new members and had a riveting discussion. Everyone was thrilled with the movie and thought that it was very well done. Most of our members had a little background knowledge of Ross Ulbricht and the …

  • Overcoming Obstacles for the Deep Web Screening

    At about 7:30, myself and another member of my chapter at The College of Saint Rose, met at a study room in the library with a laptop and snacks to get the screening started. But as the best laid plans go, our room was overbooked with another group still using it until after 8. Once …