American Creed Educator Screening at KQED

When
Event has passed (Thu Feb 22, 2018 - Thu Feb 22, 2018)
Where
KQED
Time
05:00 PM
Tags
Film / Television
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Description

Advanced screening of American Creed with filmmaker Q&A and free resources for teachers!
Are there ideals Americans share in common? How can educators help students explore and discuss the differences that divide us? Stanford professors Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy teamed up across party lines to ask these questions in the new film American Creed. The one-hour documentary features stories of unlikely activists including baseball manager Joe Maddon, novelist Junot Diaz and others who come together to build community around the values that unite us.
KQED Education is hosting an advanced screening of American Creed for educators on from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, at KQED. If you work with young people in a classroom, after-school program or at a community organization, join us to view the film, meet the filmmakers, and learn about how to spur conversation, writing and mediamaking with your students based on the themes in American Creed. Of course, there will be food, drink, special prizes, and time to connect with other educators. Spots are limited, so sign up now!

Location

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  1. KQED 2601 Mariposa Street, San Francisco, CA