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IFC Center

323 6th Ave · New York, NY

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If you are interested in learning more about the education system, come meet other teachers, we expect interesting discussion after this event.

* We will attend the June 18th event only, mainly because of the Q&A discussion theme: "parallels between the South African "EDUCATION SYSTEM" and the system in the US".

* Please purchase your ticket on the site, in addition to this meetup reservation, link is below.

* FIND DISCOUNT CODE BELOW, cost is $11 with the code.


The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is screening the US premiere of a film called EVERYTHING MUST FALL about the inadequacies of the South African education system and rising fees, and the protests that took place as a result.

The Q&A discussion after the screening will be on the theme of the parallels between the South African "EDUCATION SYSTEM" and the system in the US.

The moderator is Teboho Moja, Professor & Director, Higher Education Program at NYU, and she will moderate a panel with the filmmaker, a student activist who was involved in the South African protests, and a NYC high school student, Leanne Nunes, who works for IntegrateNYC, a youth-led organization that works on integration and equity in NYC schools.

At IFC Center: Unlock your discount by entering promo code "HRWMEMBER19" on each film's web page. A HRW Member Rate ticket price of $11 will become available after the page refreshes with the promo code.

** PURCHASE TICKETS for JUNE 18th only ! **
You can find out more here: https://ff.hrw.org/film/everything-must-fall?city=New%20York