‘Race To Nowhere’ film screening Nov. 1st

On Thursday, November 1st from 6:30-8:30pm, join the Moton Museum for a free public screening of the film Race To Nowhere, followed by a community discussion on how to better educate and prepare students for success.

Leading the discussion will be Longwood University Social Work Chair Dr. Theresa Clark, Charlotte Co. Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Melody Hackney, and student-family counselor Heather Hammock.  Refreshments will be served.

Don’t miss this important conversation about our children’s future.

Click here to download and print event flyer (PDF)

This event is hosted in partnership with Longwood University’s Project Success Class.

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 Film Trailer

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