Black History Month ScreeningsVermont Public Television is holding free screenings during the month of February 2014 in commemoration of Black History Month.
American Promise DiscussionHere is a discussion we hosted at Johnson State College following a screening of the film.
A documentary 13 years in the making, "American Promise" follows the journeys of two African-American boys and their families from kindergarten to high school graduation and provides a powerful narrative about the lives of African-American boys and their families, as well as the factors that contribute to the achievement gap in education for black males.
Amidst financial crises and unprecedented public school budget cuts, Brooklyn Castle takes an intimate look at the challenges and triumphs facing members of a junior high school's champion chess team.
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Join us for a free screeing of this inspirational story of a young man who was unable to speak as a child until he discovered a unique way to communicate via classic Disney animated films.
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Calling all filmmakers ages 10-30 who live or go to school in Vermont! Win cash prizes and share your work on Vermont PBS and at film festivals statewide in the 2017 Freedom & Unity TV Vermont Youth Film Contest. Visit freedomandunitytv.org for details. Deadline is March 26, 2017.
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