Free film, Race to Be Human, explores topics of identity and belonging
Local experts to discuss impacts in our community
Campbell Union School District hosts a free, community screening:
Race To Be Human
Tue., Sept. 12 • 6:30 p.m.
Campbell Heritage Theater, 1 W. Campbell Ave., Campbell CA
This 45-minute film weaves together personal testimonials and insights from students and parents with perspectives and data from educators, mental health practitioners and diversity and inclusion experts. They discuss topics of trust, respect, and mental health for youth and families. (Spanish subtitles are included.)
A panel discussion facilitated by Dr. Shelly Viramontez will occur following the film with panelists Catherine Aspiras, LMFT, Division Director, School LInked Services Division, County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department; Marcos Pizarro, Associate Dean, College of Education, and Professor of Chicanx Studies at San Jose State University; and Whitney Holton, Associate Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Campbell Union School District.
The filmmaker suggests the film is appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Simultaneous Spanish interpretation will be available for the panel discussion.