"Trouble the Water" Now Available for Teachers!
The critically acclaimed and Academy Award nominated documentary "Trouble the Water" is available now for classroom screenings for groups of up to 50 people.
“The film will enrich any course on American politics and culture and is an example of independent documentary filmmaking at its finest.”
–Dr. Gregory Jay, Director, Cultures and Communities Program, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
"Trouble the Water" leaves the viewer with more questions than answers... that can be the beginning of important classroom discussions, debates and projects."
--Terry Born, Middle College National Consortium
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"Trouble the Water" is not only about the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina. It's about the underlying issues that remained when the floodwaters receded: failing public schools and infrastructure, poverty, racism and government accountability - issues that affect all of us.
That's why high school and college teachers, religious leaders and community organizers - from every background and in every corner of the country - are showing the film.
Free discussion guides, teaching curriculum and organizing toolkits are available to help you make your screening a success.
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