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One Book, One Campus

The "One Book, One Campus" program is designed to foster student engagement by creating an interdisciplinary and integrated intellectual experience.

Spring 2021

 The documentary “John Lewis: Good Trouble” is a celebration of the ageless octogenarian, tracing his activism from key moments in the civil rights movement of the 1960s through his efforts today to preserve and protect Americans' ability to vote, which is increasingly in peril nationwide. (Roger Ebert 2020) Directed by Dawn Porter: Documentary: PG: 1h 36m


We encourage you to watch the documentary on this link, through the Pierce library before attending the event below. Instructions on how to access the film are highlighted here: 

Faculty & Staff: Username is your campus login name.  Your password is the last four digits of your employee number. 

Students: Username is your student ID number (SID), which starts with 88 or 90 and is a 9-digit number. Your password is the month and day of the student's birthday using this format: MMDD.

One Book One Campus presents: 

Erika Alexander on John Lewis: Good Trouble - Amplifying Black Voices Through Film

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 @5pm PST/EST 8pm