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Images From the Feb. 22 Preview Screening of THE SKIN I’M IN at Occidental College


Photo from the first screening of Occidental College Professor Broderick Fox’s feature documentary “The Skin I’m In”, Feb. 22, 2012 in Oxy’s Thorne Hall, Los Angeles, Calif. followed by a Q & A. Brody’s personal story addresses contemporary questions about identity, diversity, social justice and global citizenship. (Photo by Marc Campos, Occidental College Photographer)


200 students, faculty, staff, alums, and community members turned out for the preview screening of THE SKIN I’M IN at Occidental College on Feb. 22. The film was met with a standing ovation for Fox, who then conducted a  Q&A with attendees, which elicited interesting questions about self-exposure and social justice in the digital age.

Attendees then joined members of OCEAAN (the Occidental College Entertainment and Arts Alumni Network)  at The York bar for a reception and mixer.


THE SKIN I’M IN sneak preview screening at Occidental College

File Image: Prof. Broderick Fox, Occidental CollegeThorne Hall, Occidental College

A nice writeup on the preview screening of THE SKIN I’M IN at Occidental College: http://www.oxy.edu/news/occidental-host-professors-film-premiere

“I would love to make this advance screening an event that brings together all members of the Occidental community along with the alums and community partners I’ve worked with over my time at Oxy,” Fox said.  Fox has been teaching at Oxy since 2004 and enjoys keeping in touch with many of his former students.

 February 22, Thorne Hall 7-9:30 PM on the Occidental Campus: 1600 Campus Road LA, CA 90041