As part of the 2020 Minority Health Film Festival*, which is taking place virtually (now - Sept. 24) there is a student-focused series featuring two important films geared towards middle school & high school students: SCREENAGERS and SCREENAGERS NEXT CHAPTER: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience. Screenagers examines the science behind teen’s emotional challenges, the interplay of social media, and most importantly, what can be done in our schools and homes to help them build crucial skills to navigate stress, anxiety, and depression in our digital age.
This Saturday, September 19, the film festival is hosting a virtual student roundtable with director Dr. Delaney Ruston. The District's own Director of Curriculum/Instruction Sam Coleman will be moderating the event. The below flyer provides more information on the roundtable.
*The Minority Health Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind event, uniting film and wellness education, and it addresses health-related concerns relevant to racial and ethnic minorities, and Queer communities through documentary films and community forums.
Fore more information on the Minority Health Film Festival visit: https://mkefilm.org/mhff