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January 2007

Teacher for a Day – Cambridge, MA

The doors of the classroom swing open and thirty middle school kids tumble in, talking, giggling, tugging at each other, bouncing with energy.I am nervous. Divided We Fall has never been shown to junior high school students – we had aimed the film for colleges and high schools, but when the Fayerweather Street School invited me to teach their seventh and eighth grade class for a day, I was curious. I’ve planned to show the movie in the morning and discuss in the afternoon. Now, standing in the back next to Scot Oxholm the mathematics teacher (pictured in action above), watching […]

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A Night at Fayerweather – Cambridge, MA

Sometimes magic happens. Last fall, through a series of coincidences, I met a woman named Valerie Courville. “My name is inside your name!” I told her. We took it as a sign. Valerie (pictured) introduced me to her 9 year-old son Dylan, an old soul with light in his eyes. They both grew close to my heart. It wasn’t long before they offered to bring Divided We Fall to Dylan’s school – the Fayerweather Street School in Cambridge, a private pre-K to 8 school that focuses on social justice, creative exploration, and ethical citizenship. Tonight, we had our first screening […]

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