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Indoctrinate U

Synopsis

Indoctrinate U is a revolutionary film about the repressive climate on our nation’s campuses. Through interviews with students, professors, and administrators nationwide, director and star Evan Coyne Maloney learned what life on campus is really like. Maloney’s film reveals a national campus culture in which speech codes rule the day; in which free inquiry has been replaced with prescribed, politically correct values; and in which students are not taught how to think, but what to think. An explosive portrait of how colleges and universities routinely compel students to check their First Amendment rights at the door, Indoctrinate U makes the campus culture wars–often treated as abstract battles of ideas between conservatives and liberals–intensely personal and unforgettably human.

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Credits

GENRE
Documentary feature
DIRECTOR
Evan Coyne Maloney
PRODUCERS
Stuart Browning
Blaine Greenberg
Thor Halvorssen
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Frayda Levy
TOTAL RUNNING TIME
87 minutes

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Events

  • 12.4.13Indoctrinate U screens at the York College of Pennsylvania, as part of a free speech event. Get more information here.
  • 4.24.13Indoctrinate U screened at the University of Florida, as part of a Students for Liberty event in collaboration with the James Madison Institute.
  • 11.2.12Indoctrinate U screens at the University of Utah, as part of a Students for Liberty event. The screening is at 2:30 pm, in the Union Theater of the A. Ray Olpin Union Building. The screening is free and open to the public.
  • 6.8.12Indoctrinate U screens in Sydney, Australia, at the Royal Automobile Club of Australia, as part of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum. The screening begins at 7:00 p.m.
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