“FINDING KIND” FILM SCREENING WITH PENDER MAKIN
The Curtis Contemporaries are pleased to present a free screening of the documentary film, FINDING KIND, bringing awareness of the effects of meanness within the “girl world.”
On Tuesday, September 15 at 5:30 pm, Brunswick School Department’s new Assistant Superintendent Pender Makin will introduce this film and lead a brief discussion following in the Library’s Morrell Meeting Room.
In addition to all of the individual girls and women who share their personal experiences about girl on girl bullying with the young female filmmakers, FINDING KIND also includes interviews with respected experts and authors in the fields of psychology, education, and the interrelationships of women and girls.
Appropriate for girls and boys age 11 and over – parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, educators, coaches, and others will benefit from the film’s message and reminder that we all have the ability to be kind.
Day & Time
Tuesday, September 15, 5:30 PM
The Library’s Morrell Meeting Room
Joyce Schmitt 207-725-5242 ext. 219 | email@example.com
If there is one thing we can all be, we may not all be smart, we may not all be beautiful, we not all be talented, but we can all be kind.