EVC Presents Docs & Dialogue – Losing Ground

EVC Presents Docs & Dialogue – Losing Ground

Join us for a critical screening of a youth-produced documentary examining the homelessness crisis facing New York families.

 

For the third screening in this series we will be watching the 2008 documentary Losing Ground: The New Face of Homelessness with the Youth Producers who made it. This film and topic was selected by the audience at our last Docs & Dialogues screening! This film explores the experiences of youth and families made homeless for a variety of reasons including rising poverty and lack of affordable housing to youth kicked onto the streets for their sexuality. Made in 2008, this film is unfortunately still relevant as thousands of people sleep out on the streets every single night in the richest city in the world. Hosted by Raelene Holmes, EVC alum and Teaching Assistant and Christine Mendoza, EVC alum and Board Member.

The series is free and open to the public. Please consider donating to support young people changing the world one documentary at a time!

About EVC Presents: Docs & Dialogues:

EVC Presents: Docs & Dialogues, a youth-produced virtual documentary screening series led by EVC’s young people whose lives and communities are impacted by systemic inequities. These individuals will share their stories about the world as they see it – with all its problems and possibilities.

Join us on the last Thursday of every month for a youth-produced documentary screening and discussion led by young people impacted by systems of oppression in our society.

About Educational Video Center:

Founded in 1984, the Educational Video Center (EVC) is a youth media organization that teaches documentary filmmaking as a means to develop artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of underserved young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. EVC’s vision is a society free from structural inequity where all young people are able to reach their full potential and affect real and lasting change in their communities and the world.