Monday, February 18, 2008

Event: a free double feature screening - "It's Elementary" & "It's STILL Elementary" on March 9th in Seattle

The Safe Schools Coalition, in collaboration with The Respect for All Project, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, King County, Seattle Commission for Sexual Minorities, Seattle Counseling Service, and the Youth Suicide Prevention Program ...

... is Proud to invite you to a FREE double feature!

The groundbreaking original documentary: "It's Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues at School" ~ the first film ever to show how elementary and middles school teachers can facilitate age-appropriate discussions about gay and lesbian people

The brand new film: "It's STILL Elementary" ~ which features follow-up interviews with some of the original students, now college-aged, as well as educators, including Safe Schools Coalition co-chairs Frieda Takamura and Beth Reis.

After the screening there will be a panel discussion facilitated by Seattle's own Aleksa Manila and featuring ... the films' Oscar winning director Debra Chasnoff, Frieda Takamura, Beth Reis, and a teacher and a student from both films.

The panel discussion will be followed by a FREE VIP reception!

Sunday, March 9, 2008 ~ 2-5 pm.
Broadway Performance Hall
1625 Broadway @ Pine Street in Seattle

Reservations are strongly encouraged -- Please RSVP.
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/ItsStillElementary-SeattleEvent.html

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