The Ohio State University Alumni Association

"Good Trouble" for a good cause
Wednesday, October 21, 2020

The Ohio State University Alumni Association is excited to offer a unique virtual experience for our alumni and friends. We have partnered with Magnolia Pictures to provide our alumni an opportunity to rent and view "John Lewis: Good Trouble" and participate in a virtual discussion on the themes of civil and voting rights as explored within the film.

From now until October 18, you can rent the film for $12. For every rental, Magnolia Pictures will donate $5 to the Kirwan Institute at The Ohio State University. Those who rent and view the film are invited to a virtual discussion on civil and voting rights on October 21 at 6 p.m. EST with Kyle Strickland from the Kirwan Institute, Melissa Wasser, Vice President of the Alumni Club of Washington DC, and Kimberly Allen-Davis, President of the Black Alumni Society.

We hope that you take advantage of this opportunity that explores the career of Congressman Lewis and critical civic issues as they exist today.

For questions, please reach out to Tyler Gagai at or (614) 688-1080.

Virtual discussion

If you have already seen this incredible documentary and would like to participate in the virtual discussion, you can do so by registering here.