presented by Not In Our Town and the U.S. Department of Justice COPS Office
Screening DVDs for your town, school or agency
Interested in hosting a Waking in Oak Creek screening and discussion in your community, department, or school? Fill out the form below to get started. We’ll be in touch with a free DVD and resources you can use for your community screening.
We’re eager to hear your feedback on the film, and how you used it in your town. After your event, please fill out participant surveys and send them back to us!
I would like to use this dvd with my middle school students. KL
Working for young people who have often times been victims of violence, I feel that their lives would be positively impacted by seeing how hate doesn't always win.
Film: Not In our Town
I have very much appreciated how Teaching Tolerance has enriched my classroom -- I think that this film would continue to bring home to my students the importance of practicing non-violence in our own lives. It is a living tool.
A positive learning environment
Because my class is a reading class, I have students from varias levels of skill. In order for students to work together and discuss current issues, our classroom needs a positive environment. Demonstrating to students the effects of hate is a great motivator to do better and treat each other better.
I am looking forward to screening this to see if it can be used in my class
Looking forward to using in my work as a high school counselor who lives in Milwaukee.
I will be using this film in
I will be using this film in my Englishvas a Second Language class.
I LOVE your organization---lots of great resources for classroom teachers!
I would like to show this
I would like to show this film to my middle school students-- MH
Does the film include spanish sub-titles?
Teaching issues in criminal justice
This will be a excellent teaching tool.
Showing at Unitarian Church in San Jose
I would like to show it at my church in San Jose.
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