This Thursday October 23rd 2014 in our book club discussion our Cami have provided the material which you will find the link below, it is a video, with an Introduction to the subject as well. She also will be the one to moderate on the topic placed forward. Cami stepped in and moderated for me last night and it was very good, well done Cami and thank you very much. It is unfortunate that I did not see my regulars to show support, Ty who is always present was not feeling well, we love you Ty, but it is what it is, nuff love same way. Book Club begins @ 8pm, please make an effort to be here, knowledge is power, let us learn together.
This movie was chosen so that we can explore the social ills projected in the movie, along with a focus on victimization of those unable to help themselves.
Here is the are points of interest for tonight’s book club discussion:
1) What social ills are featured in this film?
2) Who are the real victims in the story?
3) Is there a theme of hope, perception and fear presented in the story line?
4) There’s a anthropological theme here as well…what is it?
If I had the energy to be an educator- I would use this film as a teaching material for sociology.
****Hope to see as many of my fellow bloggers tonight. Peepers if you ever wanted to discuss this movie feel free to drop in.
Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.