World AIDS Day premiere of new documentary featuring Batey Libertad projects
Please join the University of Vermont travel-study program to the Dominican Republic and the Center for Health and Well-Being on World AIDS Day for the world premiere of:
Cane and Able: Hope in Hispaniola
Chittenden Bank Room (413), Davis Center
University of Vermont
Tuesday, December 1st at 4 p.m.
This new documentary by Fleischer Films highlights ongoing service-learning projects of University of Vermont students and faculty in Haitian migrant communities in the Dominican Republic, including a community farming initiative with Seeds of Self-Reliance and an HIV/AIDS prevention education program with Grassroot Soccer. Following the film will be a short discussion with UVM faculty Jon Erickson (Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources), Pat Erickson (Animal Science), John Hayden (Plant and Soil Science), and McKew Devitt (Romance Languages) and current and past students from their Dominican Republic classes.
For more information on upcoming January and March faculty-led programs abroad to the Dominican Republic, see:
For more information on the event, please contact Jon Erickson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-656-3328.