- Crude Justice (2010)
- Tortured Law (2009)
- Access Denied?: (2008)
- Supreme Injustices (2007)
- Quiet Revolution: (2006)
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Alliance for Justice’s annual First Monday film campaign, Crude Justice, examines the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as local communities fight for fair compensation in the face of corporate domination of the courts. Across the country, students and community leaders will use Crude Justice as a centerpiece for discussions, forums, debates and other events to raise awareness about what is happening to people in the Gulf and how individuals can help the people impacted by the spill be made whole.
Since 1994, Alliance for Justice (AFJ) has produced award winning documentary films that highlight social justice issues and expose students to careers in public interest advocacy. We hope that while organizing a film screening event, your organization is able to build relationships with campus faculty and staff, other like-minded individuals and organizations in your community that care about justice and the future of our courts.
This guide contains information to help streamline the process of hosting a film screening. Organizing and hosting any kind of event can be stressful to plan and execute but with the help of this guide a screening can happen quickly and successfully. The guide contains tools to help budget, publicize and execute an event that will draw a crowd and lead to meaningful discussions and action. It is divided into five easy-to-follow stages that are executed over a four week time span, and outlines all of the necessary steps needed to plan and execute your film screening.» CRUDE JUSTICE: Post-Screening Survey