CALL THE A.S. TICKET OFFICE AT 805-893-2064 OR BUY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ON-LINE
Wednesday, May 27th, 6pm
FILM SCREENING/MCC THEATER
Laila is a wheelchair user with cerebral palsy. She is a student at Delhi University as an aspiring writer.
She then gets admitted to New York University and decides to move with her mother. Living in Manhattan, she falls in love with an activist
whose passion sparks a journey of sexual discovery and strains the relationships between her family and friends.
100 min., English/Hindi with English subtitles, 2014, India.
Thursday, May 28th, 6pm
Over the past few years, the US has begun to pay more attention to one of the nation's central contradictions:
the world's wealthiest nation and oldest constitutional democracy is also the world's biggest jailer. James Forman, Jr. will discuss
the problem of mass incarceration, focusing on how we got here and how to create a different future. James Forman, Jr. is a Clinical
Professor of Law at Yale Law School and
is writing a book about African American attitudes toward crime and punishment in the era of mass incarceration.
Friday, May 29th, 8pm
MUSIC PERFORMANCE/MCC THEATER
Yassin "The Narcicyst"/“Narcy” Alsalman is a leading Arab musician, actor and artist. Born in Dubai and raised in
Canada, Narcy has experienced life in many contexts and has always prided himself on questioning the powers that be in his music or
writings. With his unique visual show, he invites you to explore the history of war between the continents and help shape a future made
by the will of humanity for peace and prosperity. Catch Narcy premiere his new album ‘World War Free’ at the MCC! Tickets $5 UCSB Students
and Children under 12/$15 general.
Contact the A.S. Ticket Office at 805-893-2064 or buy online at www.mcc.ucsb.edu (extra fees apply). Limited Seating.