Elementary Genocide Part 3: Academic Holocaust

PRESENTED BY: Everett Meaningful Movies
6:30 PM, Saturday, June 8, 2019 PST
Location: Everett (click for map)

This film adds more statistical proof of the scholastic inequalities faced by Original people around the country. The documentary revisits the importance of education and its impact on self-image, family structure, financial freedom and the collective future of African/indigenous people in America and abroad. With commentary from some of the 21st century’s greatest minds of the African diaspora in America, such as financial scholar and social commentator Dr. Boyce Watkins, esteemed Pan-Afrikan scholar and Professor James Small, and Kaba Kamene, international homeschooling advocate Samori Camara, Hip Hop artist and education advocate David Banner, National Talk Show Host and Lecturer Michael Imhotep and best-selling author Shahrazad Ali, filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz was able to illustrate the hypocrisy behind America’s public school system and how the infrastructure is designed to keep people of color from developing the capacity to recreate themselves, their families and their institutions with their own hands.

This is the 3rd in a series of 3 films produced by award winning journalist/filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz that the Everett and Sno-King Meaningful Movies groups are screening during the months of April, May and June.

Our film events are free, but donations are gratefully accepted to cover the costs of the event.

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Sponsors: In concert with the North Puget Sound Conference on Race

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Release Year: 2017

Running Time: 77 mins

Director: Rahiem Shabazz

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