Virtually Free sparking discussions about juvenile justice and anti-racism
In addition to winning several awards, including the Jury Award for Impact in the Social Impact Media Awards, Virtually Free has been screening around the country as part of workshops focusing on anti-racism and conversations about policing in America. Check out this video for a taste of how engaging and thought-provoking these conversations have been – and if you are interested in booking a workshop of your own with the film and Director André Robert Lee – please let us know! Or you can reach out to Point Made Learning at email@example.com
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