You’re invited to a film screening:
America Divided: Out of Reach and The Class Divide is a series of documentaries focusing on inequalities in the United States as presented by high profile correspondents. America Ferrera, the daughter of immigrants, explores the ways refugees and immigrants are treated in Texas. Jesse Williams examines effects of the school-to-prison pipeline on students and the community in St. Petersburg, Florida. This is the last film in the AWARENESS 2017 Film Series.
The film starts at 8, and admission is free!
Date: Tuesday, April 18th – tonight!
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Center for Film Studies
Brought to you by Charlie Smith ’15:
Income inequality. Intrinsically bad? Consequentially problematic?
Neither? You decide.
Come discuss with Wes Students for a Free Society
Date: Wednesday, October 9th
Time: 6:30 – 7:45 p.m.
Place: Usdan Room 114
Cost: Depends on your income
From Andy Ribner ’13:
Jacob Werblow, Ph.D., began his professional career as a 6th grade teacher of some of the most beautiful children enrolled in one of the largest, most segregated public schools in Los Angeles. Since then, he has been committed to social justice through working with youth from urban schools. He is a licensed teacher and administrator, and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Oregon in 2007. Inspired by the work of Dr. Barbara Clark, who studied aesthetic education at Harvard University, Jacob is deeply involved in teaching courses that use the arts to engage students in local middle schools.
The emphasis of Jacob’s research focuses on school equity and effectiveness, student success, and curriculum based measurement.
Jacob is an advisor to the CT Center for Nonviolence, a board member of CT NAME (National Association of Multicultural Educators), and a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). He rides his bicycle to work.
Date: Tomorrow, April 16
Time: 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Place: PAC 001