Oct. 8 Film Screening/Discussion at Atlantic City Campus Library a Success

Frank Corrado, a civil rights and constitutional law attorney, former president of the ACLU-NJ, addresses attendants.

Frank Corrado, a civil rights and constitutional law attorney, former president of the ACLU-NJ, addresses attendants, Oct. 8, at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus.

On Oct. 8, Atlantic Cape students and faculty gathered at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus for a special discussion and film screening on privacy and government surveillance. Hosted by the library, the event featured a guest lecture by Frank Corrado, a local civil rights and constitutional law attorney. Corrado spoke about the importance of the Bill of Rights and its possible impingement by government surveillance.

After the talk, a free screening of the chilling, Academy Award-winning documentary Citizenfour was shown. In case you missed it, recordings of both the talk and film will be available at the library. Be on the lookout for more film screenings and talks from the Spangler Library in the near future!  FullSizeRender (5)

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