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Shippensburg University's Communication Journalism Department
sponsored the screening of "It's a Girl"

Its A Girl
A view of the crowd during the film screening (Photo Credit: Cara Shumaker)

Forum Report
(April 19, 2013) - In celebration of Women's History Month, Shippensburg University's Communication Journalism Department and Lehman Library jointly hosted on March 26 the screening of It's a Girl, a much-discussed documentary film on gendercide.

The screening event was well-attended by university students, faculty and staff. The film screening was followed by a panel discussion. Two Shippensburg University faculty Dr. Eucabeth Odhiambo, Associate Professor of Teacher Education and Dr. Hong Wang, associate Professor of Human Communication Studies, and Mrs. Sarala Baliga, an Indian-born Shippensburg resident took part in the panel discussion.

Read the coverage of this screening on The Slate Online, the website of Shippensburg University's student-run newspaper.

It's A Girl Cake
It's A Girl Celebration (Photo Credit: Margaret Evans)

Upcoming Screening

April 23, 2013 | Washington, D.C.
Capitol Hill Screening and Discussion on Gendercide - In Partnership with the Coalition Against Gendercide

Click here for more information about this screening.


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