Power of Ten Update
In This Issue:
1. Monitor’s Forum Tonight
2. Education Summit Saturday
3. Feature Film Being Made in East Ramapo
4. He Named Me Malala Opens October 9
1) Monitor’s Forum Tonight
Monitors Dennis Walcott, Monica George-Fields and John Sipple will be hosting a community forum, so please come with your questions and comments about the East Ramapo crisis.
Thursday Oct 1 at 7:00 PM
Town of Ramapo Cultural Arts Center
64 North Main Street, Spring Valley
2) Education Summit Saturday
“EDUCATING YOUNG MEN OF COLOR FOR SUCCESS”
THIS SAT! OCT. 3RD at Rockland Community College
TO REGISTER CLICK ON LINK: http://cejjeseducationsummit2015rcc.eventbrite.com/
DYNAMIC YOUTH PERFORMERS!!
3) Feature Film Being Made in East Ramapo
THE HUDSON TRIBES: Inspired By Actual Events
A socio-political crime thriller fueled by racial divides; set in the picturesque Hudson Valley, NY.
Director John Marco Lopez of LPZ Media aims to capture the harsh socio-political divide that exists at the center of the controversial school district in a small Hudson Valley town just north of Manhattan.
More info: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-hudson-tribes-inspired-by-actual-events#/
4) He Named Me Malala
An intimate portrait of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai and her fight for education for all girls worldwide.
Opens in Theaters October 9. Let’s see it together! send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to catch the Saturday Matinee with me at the Palisades AMC!