Gun violence is one the biggest challenges facing the United States today. In this pivotal election year, it is also one of the most debated. Come inform yourself!
Join Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer (and Connecticut native), RaeJean Stokes, for a screening and discussion of the brand-new documentary, Newtown. Newtown is an emotional journey to small town Connecticut, the site of our nation’s deadliest mass shooting of schoolchildren in American history on December 14, 2012. Filmed over the course of nearly three years, the filmmakers use unique access and never before heard testimonies to tell a story of the aftermath of that fateful day, and how a community fractured by grief can also be driven toward a sense of purpose.
This film will be screened in English only, without subtitles.
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Come to America House and chat with Chazmin “Chaz” Peters, who was born and raised in Olympia, WA. She is a First Officer with Alaska Airlines and the Director of Eagles Aviation Camp. She received her flight training from Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake, WA and her BA from the University of Washington Tacoma.
Have you already tried the U.S. Air Force National Museum virtual tour at America House? Come explore it while having a chat with our friend Ryan who has a lot to say about the sky, planes, and his life experience in general.
With her New York-centric essays, Sloane Crosley takes a magnifying glass to modernity. Parsing the nuances, trends, and perceptions of Big City life she offers up some cleverly hilarious insights about the way we live now.
A haven for Black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries-and path of promise toward the American dream-Black colleges and universities have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field. They have been unapologetically Black for 150 years. For the first time ever, their story is told.