Join The “Backpack Full Of Cash” Screening & Discussion In Harlem

BACKPACK FULL OF CASH is a cautionary tale about how, in cities like Philadelphia, privatization and funding cuts have had a devastating impact on public schools, and the most vulnerable children who rely on them. The film also showcases a model for improving schools – a well-resourced public school system in Union City, New Jersey, where poor kids are getting a high quality education without charters or vouchers. BACKPACK features genuine heroes like the principals, teachers, activists, parents and most hearteningly, students who are fighting for their education.

Come Out & Be Apart of the Discussion. There will be Local Educators, Elected Officials, Community Leaders, DOE Charter School Authorizer and Parents

Get Your Free Ticket HERE

If you have question call Lisa Kinsey 212.222.1395, Ext. 2321 or E-mail

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