Diane Feffer

Signs of Humanity is a documentary that explores the inter-related themes of Home, Homelessness, Compassion and Humanity.  Artist and SMU Professor Willie Baronet has purchased more than 1,000 homeless signs over the past 22 years and he uses this collection to create installations to raise awareness about homelessness.  During the month of July, 2014, Willie and three filmmakers drove across the country, interviewing more than 100 people on the streets and purchasing over 275 signs.   Signs of Humanity is a documentary about that trip.  I saw this film a few months ago at the 2016 Dallas International Film Festival and felt how it moved the entire audience.  Apparently others across the nation feel the same way as the film has already received the following recognition: 

National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week is held each year the week before Thanksgiving. This is a time for us to reflect on what we are thankful for, a perfect time to share our compassion with our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.  Compassion begins with gaining knowledge on the subject.  Willie Baronet, Tim Chumley and Judy Gass have done an excellent job at giving us a panoramic look at homelessness from the beaches of California to the bright lights of New York City.    

Recap of event: 

Tuesday, November 15th

Studio Movie Grill located at NE corner of Royal Lane & North Central Expressway 

Doors Open: 6:30 pm 

Movie Starts: 7:00 pm 

Film duration: 1 hour 

Panel discussion with filmmakers Willie Baronet, Tim Chumley and Judy Gass will follow the documentary screening.

Ticket link:


Questions?  Contact or call 972-670-7078 


 With Appreciation to the following sponsors 


     This activity will offer 
1 CEU for Licensed Professionals
The purpose of this event is to 
expand the participant's knowledge 
on the effects of homelessness
          THANK YOU 
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