The film will be shown April 23 at 7 p.m. in Floyd Theater in the Student Activities Center.

Directed by Academy Award-nominated documentarian Kirby Dick, the film follows survivors across the country as they pursue their education while seeking justice.

After the screening, there will be a panel discussion comprised of campus and community experts:


  • Gretchen Hunt, staff attorney at Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs
  • Jenn Pence, Case Project Title IX outreach coordinator
  • Angela Taylor, assistant dean of students at UofL
  • Michelle Kuiper, survivor, inspirational speaker, and PEACC volunteer.

“The Hunting Ground” is rated PG-13 and runs 102 minutes. A trailer can be seen on YouTube.

The film and panel discussion are free and open to the community.

This event is sponsored by the Center for Women and Families, UofL PEACC Program, UofL Women’s Center and the CEDAW Coalition.

For more information, contact PEACC at (502) 852-2663.