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You’re Invited to “Unequal Education Revisited” Premiere Screening – Nov. 12

Updated: Dec 23, 2021

Join us for another EVC 30th Anniversary Event!

Save the date for EVC’s Premiere Screening of Unequal Education Revisited. Screening will be followed by discussion and wine and cheese reception.

Introductory remarks will be made by Joseph P. McDonald, Professor of Teaching and Learning at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, and at the Metro Center, and most recently author of American School Reform: What Works, What Fails, and Why.

Video reflections on the film from Maxine Greene, Debbie Meier and others will also be screened.

Join us in celebrating 30 years of EVC youth changing the world — one documentary at a time. See you there!


WHEN: Wed, November 12th 6:00 pm

WHERE: Teachers College, Columbia University 179 Grace Dodge Hall (West 120th Street)


Synopsis of Unequal Education Revisited

In 1992, EVC’s youth team produced Unequal Education for the national PBS series, “Listening to American With Bill Moyers.” Their film revealed the stark contrast in resources and opportunities offered to students in two Bronx middle schools – one in a middle-class area and one in a low-income community – in the same district. More than twenty years later, the crew reunited to produce Unequal Education Revisited, bearing witness to the long-term impact that inequities plaguing our society – in education, justice and healthcare – have on those struggling to survive.


To RSVP, please contact our Office and Communications Assistant, Winnie Lau, at

To make a tax-deductible gift, click here

Thanks to the Media and Social Change Lab and the Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies for co-sponsoring this event.


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