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Free film screening event this Wednesday: REJECT

Free film screening event this Wednesday: REJECT

January 13, 2014 | 08:25 AM

Butler University School of Education presents the documentary film REJECT this Wednesday, January 15, 2014, from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm at The Howard L. Schrott Center on Butler's campus.

Ruth Thomas-Suh, Producer; Dr. Kip Williams, Purdue Professor; and Brandie Oliver, Butler University and Indiana DOE Safety Committee, will attend the Welcome Session and Q&A discussion following the film.

Recently screened at The Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis, REJECT examines the science of social rejection and bullying behavior. This film goes far beyond encouraging awareness, discussion and debate and takes a solution-oriented approach to the topic. REJECT was one of the most powerful festival entries in 2013. I encourage every parent or caregiver to attend and share the screening event information with local school administrators, friends and neighbors.

The event is free, however registration is required by using this

"If we train children to be inclusive and kind, we will, quite literally, change the world. REJECT is a must-see film." --Pat Lyden, CEO, Suicide Prevention Education Alliance

"REJECT is for parents, doctors, teachers, coaches, school administrators, mental health professionals, clergy, counselors (camp, after-school, academic, etc.), juvenile judges, and many others—in other words, anyone who holds power over others, and holds the power to model acceptance or inflict rejection." ---Ruth Thomas-Suh, Producer

-Wendy S.

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