Tag Archives: DVD Collection

Social Justice Movies for Black History Month

By Nina K. Guzman To commemorate the social justice activists, civil rights icons, and fearless leaders who fought (and those who continue to fight) for equality in all aspects of our daily lives; we’ve gathered a list of documentaries that … Continue reading

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Films from the Collection for the Holidays

As the University of Georgia holiday break approaches at the close of this week, the library would like to share some films from the collection. You can check any of these DVDs out from the library by Friday December 22 … Continue reading

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Scary DVDs from the Collection

By Nina Guzman Here at the Law Library, we are big fans of Halloween. And what better way to celebrate the best holiday of the year than with a scary movie marathon! We compiled a selection of our spookiest, ookiest movies … Continue reading

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Summer Movie Night

While summer time is often thought of as a care free time full of soaking up the sun at the beach, we at the law school know it as a 24 hour study session for the Bar Exam. Any available … Continue reading

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Great summer viewing from our DVD collection!

Looking for some summer viewing? Have you checked out our DVD collection, yet? You’ll be surprised at the variety. See classic and contemporary films! Binge-watch legal-themed TV shows! Learn about the historical impact of law & public policy! Come in … Continue reading

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Looking for Peabody Award Winners? Check out our collection!

Established in 1940, the George Foster Peabody Awards recognize distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by TV and radio stations, networks, producing organizations, individuals, and the World Wide Web – “stories that matter” in electronic media. The University of Georgia … Continue reading

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Slavery by Another Name

Douglas A. Blackmon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II, will be speaking today, April 2 at 4 p.m. in the Larry Walker Room on … Continue reading

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