The National Institute for Restorative Justice
"Educating for Advocacy"
Education - Film Discussion Series
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"I feel like I'm part of a legacy.
I want to be a true American filmmaker,
in the sense that my films tell stories that can only really happen in America.
They aim to speak to the universality of the human experience,
but they're quintessentially American films."
John Singleton.
1464 East 105 Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

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Since 2004, The National Institute, beginning with it's predecessor The Restorative Justice Initiative of
Deuteronomy 8:3 Café Books & Music, has hosted screenings and discussions of film subject directly
related to the history, current events, victories and struggles of African American people, and other
disenfranchised people. A partial listing is included on our
Education Page.  
We will continue to screen film independently and as companions to text in our Book Discussion Series.
Visit again soon for information about upcoming films.
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