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Free Screening of Documentary About the Cost of Privatizing Public Schools

Renowned author and advocate for children Jonathan Kozol has called it “a beautiful film” that “everyone who values democratic education needs to see”and now you can watch Backpack Full of Cash at a free screening this February in New London.

Narrated by Matt Damon and directed by a teacher, the movie explores the real cost of privatizing public schools, driving home the point that public education should be a basic civil right.

The screening will take place Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 6 p.m. at Connecticut College, Olin Science Center, Room 014. Read more

Free Film Screening and Discussion for CEA Members

CEA’s Ethnic Minority Affairs Commission and Human and Civil Rights Commission invite all CEA members to a free dinner, screening, and discussion of the Academy Award-nominated documentary 13th.

The film, which explores issues of race, justice, and mass incarceration, takes its title from the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

Living in an Unfair System: Making Changes One Classroom at a Time

Thursday, April 27
Testos Restaurant
1775 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, CT
4:00 p.m. sign-in | 4:30 p.m. dinner reception and program

Encourage positive change in your school and community. Join us. Pre-registration is required.

Click here to attend.