[Parentsgroup-list] April 6 Film Showing: Southeast67

Woodford Martin, Michelle mmartin at g.harvard.edu
Thu Mar 29 08:25:17 EDT 2018

Thanks, Sara! For graduate students who care about access and equity here
at Harvard, please consider voting for the Student Union on April 18 or 19
to move towards a world with living wages, increased health care
protections and child care subsidies for grad students! Students from
disadvantaged backgrounds are disproportionately affected by these issues.


On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Sara Suchman <spsuch at gmail.com> wrote:

> This is a great film for social justice minded students and their parents.
> Well, it’s a great film for everyone, but might hold a special interest for
> those asking tough questions about race, poverty and the American dream. There
> are hard topics in the film. I am quite comfortable saying that the film is
> appropriate for high school students. Possibly younger (I saw it with my
> elementary-aged daughter), and definitely high school. Definitely a
> must-see for adults!
> *Southeast 67 Documentary Film Viewing and Discussion with Steve
> Bumbaughco-sponsored by Community Anti-Racist Anti-Bias Alliance (CARABA)
> <https://www.cfsmass.org/page/community/families/caraba>*
> *Friday, April 6, 2018*
> *6:00 PM to 9:00 PM*
> *Cambridge Friends School, Meeting Hall*
> *5 Cadbury Road, Cambridge, MA 02140*
> *$15 suggested donation in advance; $20 at the door*
> Southeast 67 <http://southeast67.com/> tells the story of a group of 67
> African American students from Washington, D.C. who were promised college
> scholarships by area businessman, Stewart Bainum, via the I Have a Dream
> program in 1988. A group of rising seventh-graders struggling with survival
> in an impoverished neighborhood devastated by the crack epidemic, were
> offered a chance to benefit from an ambitious educational program that
> fought - against all odds - to make a difference in their lives  Spanning
> two decades, their story movingly reveals the complex challenges facing
> kids in underserved communities, and the hope - and anguish - of trying to
> seize an improbable dream.
> Steve Bumbaugh <http://southeast67.com/dreamer_steve_b.php>, was one of
> the educators at Kramer Junior High School from 1990 to 1994.  Today, Steve
> leads work to ensure students access and maximize college and career
> opportunities. As head of the College and Career Access division at the
> College Board, Steve oversees enrollment and financial aid programs, the
> Access to Opportunity™ initiative, and scholarship programs. Additionally,
> he oversees the partnership with Khan Academy to provide free, high quality
> SAT preparation for students, as well as the partnership with the Chan
> Zuckerberg Initiative. These efforts are designed to increase college
> readiness and college completion for all students, with a special focus on
> lower-income students, first-generation college students, and students of
> color.
> Steve is passionate about expanding access, equity, and excellence. A
> former classroom teacher, he led the CityBridge Foundation’s Breakthrough
> Schools: D.C. competition, which works with public schools to increase
> achievement through challenging, personalized learning. Prior to
> CityBridge, Steve served as president of the ECMC Foundation and led
> development for its education portfolio. Steve also championed efforts to
> improve education, health, and food security in lower-income communities as
> the first executive director of the Specialty Family Foundation.
> Steve earned his undergraduate degree from Yale University and his MBA
> from Stanford University. When he isn’t working or mentoring, Steve can be
> found spending time with his two sons.
> Link to Trailer: https://vimeo.com/115018834
> Register here
> <https://cfsmass.myschoolapp.com/page/event-detail?pk=7941097&siteId=886&register=21331&ssl=1&fromId=191902>
> Sara Suchman, MBA, Ed.D. ‘12
> spsuch at gmail.com

Michelle Woodford Martin, M.S.
PhD Student, Population Health Sciences
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health <https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/>
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