Wednesday, October 26, 2011
6:30 – 9:00 pm King’s College
Lee Mun Wah, Film Director and Producer
Founder and Director, Stir-Fry Seminars and Consulting
I. If These Halls Could Talk, what would they say about the alarming rates of students of color leaving our colleges? What would our students say it is like to be a minority student at a predominantly white campus? Are faculties and staff prepared for this influx of students from different backgrounds? In the summer of 2010, Lee Mun Wah brought together eleven college students from around the country to discuss these questions. Join him for an exclusive preview of his electrifying new film and a diversity dialogue.
Of special interest to HR professionals, college and university recruitment and retention and student service professionals, and college and university staff and students providing campus diversity leadership.
Lee Mun Wah is a nationally-acclaimed documentary filmmaker, lecturer, and master diversity and communications trainer, a Chinese American community therapist, special education educator, performing poet, Asian folk storyteller and author. He is also the Executive Director of StirFry Seminars & Consulting, which works with corporations, government agencies, educational institutions, and social agencies to facilitate diversity issues through healthy and authentic cross-cultural relationships.
His films Stolen Ground, The Color of Fear, and The Color of Fear 2 have all garnered important awards. In 1995, Oprah Winfrey presented a one-hour special on his work and life, viewed by over 15 million people. Lee Mun Wah’s most recent work prior to If These Halls Could Talk, a six-part film series on racism, sexism, and heterosexism Last Chance for Eden, was released in the spring of 2003 to critical acclaim.