We received the following message from the Jacob Burns. Please let me know if you would like a ticket:
I’d like to offer you six tickets to a screening of Inocente, which won an Oscar this year for Best Documentary Short, on Thursday, June 20th at 7:30 pm. The film is all about children and the state of homelessness in America and will be followed by a discussion with Westchester Children’s Association Executive Director Cora Greenberg and Neighbors Link Executive Director Carola Bracco and a reception. Below you will find more information about the film. Please send me the names of your six guests by Friday, June 14th.
Thurs. June 20 at 7:30 pm
“Community Matters: Local Issues, Discussion, Activism”
Winner of the Oscar for Best Documentary Short. This intensely personal profile of a young homeless undocumented immigrant has turned heads wherever it’s been shown. It’s an immensely moving and inspiring story about the transformative power of art and the new face of homelessness in America: children.
DISCUSSION Westchester Children’s Association Executive Director Cora Greenberg and Neighbors Link Executive Director Carola Bracco. Join us for a reception following the discussion.
Community Matters is a series dedicated to generating discussion and activism around topics that affect us locally, including health, environment, education, housing, and energy. Sponsored by the Westchester Community Foundation.