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The CSJ Center for Reconciliation & Justice invites you to this Justice and Spirituality on Screen discussion and screening of Coded Bias, a 2020 documentary feature film produced and directed by Shalini Kantayya.

Program and Panel
The CSJ Center's Justice and Spirituality on Screen series engages questions of faith and culture through the lens of modern cinema.  It is cosponsored by the LMU School of Film and Television, Center for Religion and Spirituality, and William H. Hannon Library. The 2021-2022 series theme echoes that of the CSJ Center's annual symposium, Faces of Justice.

  • Mandy B. Korpusik, Ph.D., computer engineer and assistant professor of computer science at the LMU Seaver College of Science and Engineering
  • Rose Pacatte, F.S.P., D.Min., founding director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies and author of The Way: A Cinematic Retreat Guide
  • Michael McNaught (moderator), assistant director of the LMU Center for Religion and Spirituality and president of CIMA, the Catholic-peer association for the entertainment industry in Los Angeles

To Participate
This is a two-part online event. The panel discussion will stream on the Center's YouTube and Facebook pages on Wednesday evening, November 10, at 6:30 p.m. (Pacific). Participants are invited to post questions in the comments sections. The Q&A with the panel will then stream on Friday, November 12, at 12:30 p.m. (Pacific). For more information, contact Ms. Stefani Mejia at the CSJ Center at stefani.mejia@lmu.edu.

Watch the Film
Due to pandemic restrictions, we are unable to hold a screening of this film. Coded Bias is available on the following streaming services:

For those in the LMU community, check to see the availability of this film for streaming via one of the Hannon Library streaming databases, such as Kanopy or Swank Digital Campus.

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