presents REJECT for a Special Event

Mishakawa, IN – October 14 — REJECT documentary, a feature length film about the impact of social rejection, will be shown on October 20th at Mishakawa High School.  and Golden Rule Films will co-sponsor the free film showing and discussion aimed at parents, educators and community members and leaders.  “After viewing the film at The Natatorium Civil Rights Center last year, I knew I wanted to get involved and find ways to share this film,” said Eric Johnson, a 6th grade teacher at LaSalle Elementary school and founder of the non-profit Erase Meanness.

REJECT has been touring throughout the U.S. since appearing at the Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis in 2013 and is currently featured in a community-based outreach program with Purdue University Extension called “All In: Building a Positive Community.”  Following the Mishakawa screening, the film will head to Columbia, Missouri from Oct 26-29 for 6 community screenings in conjunction with the Missouri organizations Columbia Cares for Kids, Central Missouri Community Action and University of Missouri Extension.


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