The 2021 Digital Edition Of The Human Rights Watch Film Festival Comes To San Diego

For seven days in February, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, presented in partnership with the Museum of Photographic Arts, will be virtually brought to households across the U.S. to address some of the biggest social issues plaguing our society today.

 

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Issues that will be addressed include:

• Wealth inequality, poverty, and access to childcare during the COVID-19 health and economic crisis

• Systemic racism in America

• The immigration crisis, rights of aspiring new Americans and the agonizing reality of life, death and the pursuit of a better life at the U.S.-Mexico border

 

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About Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA)

Located in beautiful Balboa Park, the Museum of Photographic Arts is a vibrant center for visual learning. Since its founding in 1983, the museum’s endeavors to consistently address cultural, historical and social issues through its exhibitions and educational programs.

MOPA is one of three independent photography museums in the United States and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. As a 501(c)(3) organization, MOPA is generously supported by members, individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies.

The mission of the Museum of Photographic Arts is to inspire, educate and engage the broadest possible audience through the presentation, collection, and preservation of photography, film and video.

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