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Check us out in The Independent!

Arielle has been chosen for The Independent's 10 to Watch List for our series Belonging in the USA! “What makes this year’s list stand out is that the work of all these filmmakers reminds us of our common humanity, lifts alternative voices, shows us multiple perspectives, and questions the line between reality and fiction. This kind of work is typical of indie filmmakers. But now, as the U.S. and most of the world seems to be moving in a more polarized and even hateful direction, we need these voices more than ever.” Maddie Kadish, curator Check out Arielle's interview with the legendary film magazine. Read it here!

Must See Live: Belonging in the Classroom

Watch it now on our Events Page. We tried a new evening time and a shorter talk for this Live conversation, and it couldn't have worked out better! We were able to learn so much about the idea of belonging in a space, whether you're an adult or a child, and especially what it means to belong in the classroom. Our guest is the compassionate, empathetic and inspiring public school teacher, JJ Hill. Arielle and JJ believe belonging is central to our sense of being as human beings. We enter a space and inherently ask ourselves, "Do I belong here?" This sense of belonging can make the difference between impassioned learning and progress or complete shut down. JJ tells us how she creates an incl

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