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International Students and Evangelical Christianity in America

Posted by Ashley on 2/20/2020 to News
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Chinese students arrive in the United States to attend college, a full third of the international student body in America. Waiting for them is a group of fervent evangelicals eager to introduce their religion to this group of students who are eager to culturally assimilate and find community.

Living as a Muslim in Trump's America

Posted by Ashley on 2/14/2020 to News
How have Muslims in the U.S. been impacted by rising Islamophobia? American Muslim asks this question with unprecedented depth in a unique and timely film. Featuring a broad spectrum of the Muslim community, American Muslim highlights the ethnic and national diversity of Muslims in the U.S., and showcases how they are fighting against the current administration's "Muslim ban" through resilience and solidarity.

Exploring the Experiences of Mixed-Race People

Posted by Ashley on 2/14/2020 to News
What are you? This loaded question is a familiar one to anyone with mixed-race heritage. What Are You? features frank and honest conversations with a variety of people who identify as mixed-race. Their conversations reveal just how difficult feelings of erasure and not belonging can be, and how they are able to create a healthy sense of identity.

The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools

Posted by Ashley on 2/14/2020 to News
Black girls in America are 2-6 times more likely than white girls to receive corporal punishment, be suspended, physically restrained, and arrested in schools. Based on the award-winning book of the same name by Monique W. Morris, Ed.D, PUSHOUT explores these troubling trends and their impact on a future generation of leaders.

How Can Childhood Education Overcome Poverty?

Posted by Ashley on 1/30/2020 to News
What does it take to change a child's life? Set against the backdrop of a Britain rife with debates around class, identity, and social mobility, H is for Harry follows 11-year-old Harry as he starts at a brand new school in suburban London unable to read or write. For the next two years, Harry fights to improve academically and slowly begins to believe in a different future for himself.
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