The Graduates/Los Graduados explores pressing issues in education today through the eyes of six Latino and Latina students from across the United States. More than a survey of contemporary policy debates, the bilingual, two-part film offers first-hand perspectives on key challenges facing Latino high school students and their families, educators, and community leaders. It is the story of the graduates who will make up America’s future. The film follows six teenagers — three girls and three boys — each with their own unique obstacles to overcome. A running theme throughout all of the stories in The Graduates/Los Graduados is the importance of civic engagement, of students becoming involved in their schools and communities, and — crucially — having a say in their own futures. We hear from these students’ parents, many of whom have had to make great sacrifices in order to see their children graduate, and the film also interweaves engaging interviews with successful Latinos — actors like Wilmer Valderrama, activists, writers like Angie Cruz, politicians such as San Antonio mayor Julian Castro, teachers, and more — looking back on their own experiences as a student in the USA.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
In this session we’ll be discussing some of the major themes related to teaching pronunciation and how to easily integrate these topics into the EFL classroom.
For this week’s topic we’ll be discussing a variety of issues relating to the health and happiness of Ukrainians.
Paul Rusesabagina was a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.
Команда Інді Лаб запрошує на показ 9-ти короткометражних документальних фільмів, створених молодими митцями цього року.
A panel discussion with three contributors to 2017 veteran fiction anthology "The Road Ahead" about writing and publishing fiction about war, and how that relates to contemporary events in Ukraine.