Sponsored by the UVA Law Diversity, Equity and Belonging Committee and student organizations noted below
To help the UVA Law community gather around a shared experience this fall, students, faculty and staff are invited to watch “Minari," the 2021 Academy Award nominee for Best Picture, on Monday, Oct. 3 at 5 p.m.
After the screening, participants will be invited to join small discussion groups to talk about the film during the fall semester. These small group discussions will allow you to meet new people in the Law School community and to hear how they relate to this compelling story, which film critic A.O. Scott describes as “moving and downright revelatory.”
The Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Committee is hosting the event together with the Student Bar Association, the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and Virginia Law First-Generation Professionals.
The movie is available for streaming from the Law School Library. If you choose to stream it from the library (rather than through some other service) away from Grounds, note that you will have to enter your Netbadge information. Additional information about the movie night (including the location) will be posted later in September.
For more information about the Common Watch series, email Professor Andrew Hayashi.
About the Diversity, Equity and Belonging Committee
UVA Law’s Diversity, Equity and Belonging Committee is charged with helping to provide all students, faculty and staff with an opportunity to succeed and cultivating a sense of belonging for community members. We strive to ensure that each Hoo knows they are welcome at the Law School by making sure that their humanity is seen, that their contributions to the community are valued and that they are known by the community. The committee can be reached at email@example.com.