Category Archive: Student

Oct 29

Charlotte, N.C. Debut Screening of Elementary Genocide 2

#‎ElementaryGenocide2‬ Debut Screening in Charlotte, N.C. Presented By Soul of Cinema & Uhuru Salsa Restorative Academy on 12/5 Get tickets now. Last event sold out quickly. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Sep 04

Elementary Genocide Gets Nomination At Film Festival

The Award Winning Documentary “Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline is up for AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD & BEST DOCUMENTARY at the Peachtree Village International Film Festival WHERE: W-Hotel (Downtown Atlanta) 45 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd Atlanta, GA 30308 WHEN: Saturday, September 19th, 2015 @ 1 PM Tickets Are Available At : https://squareup.com/m…/gipp-museums-inc/elementary-genocide

Sep 01

Elementary Genocide 2 Streaming To All Mobile Devices

Rahiem Shabazz continues the conscience-raising dialogue generated by his acclaimed documentary Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline with his equally hard-hitting Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration.

Nov 21

Elementary Genocide On Sale For $10.00 [LIMITED TIME ONLY]

“We are now offering Elementary Genocide from Nov. 25th – Dec. 25th at a 50% discount at $10 for each DVD. This offer is for A LIMITED TIME ONLY!!! “Elementary Genocide” shatters the silence and directly challenges the notion that the Public Education system is not in dire need of repair. The Award Winning documentary, …

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Nov 02

NYCLU Demands That NYPD Stop Handcuffing 5-Year-Olds

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is demanding sweeping changes to current discipline guidelines for the more than 5,000 school safety officers in New York City. The NYCLU has previously sued the NYPD for use of force against students and wrongful arrest, made the demands during a press conference Wednesday, stating that school discipline …

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Nov 02

Parents Outraged: Student Punished For Helping Hungry Friend

Recently an 8th grader from Weaverville, California was given a detention for sharing his lunch with a friend. All the 13 year-old Kyle Bradford did was share his chicken burrito with his friend didn’t want to eat the cheese sandwich the cafeteria was serving. Kyle, just like many other people and kids, didn’t see a …

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Oct 30

Teacher Says ‘Killing Black People Is On Her Bucket List’

A North Carolina teacher may lose her job after students reported her for making racist remarks. Math teacher Cynthia Ramsey of Camden County High School allegedly admitted to a student who was eating lunch that killing black people is on her “bucket list.” “She conveyed to me that Mrs. Ramsey had indicated that if she …

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Oct 02

40+ Cities Hold National Week of Action To Stop School To Prison Pipeline

CHICAGO – (ENEWSPF) -October 2, 2014. For the third time in five years, Project NIA is participating in the Dignity in Schools Campaign’s? National Week of Action on School Pushout (October 4-11). As an organization dedicated to juvenile justice, Project NIA works diligently to interrupt school pushout, which is often described as the “school-to-prison pipeline.” …

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