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Virtual screening at Sonoma County Library

April 30, 2021

Please join the Sonoma County Library on Saturday, May 1 at 4 p.m. for a virtual screening of the film Nothing About Us, a rigorous, passionate, and hilarious exploration of educational segregation written and performed by NYC public high school students. The film screening will be followed by a local community conversation about racism and segregation in high schools facilitated by teens from Epic Theater Ensemble. 

This event is open to all ages and is specifically geared towards teens, educators, and parents. Register at to reserve your spot. Spanish interpretation will be available.

This screening is in conjunction with The Fifty State Conversation. On May 17, the anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, take part in a conversation about segregation with participants from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, DC. Register for the national event at: