Reclaiming Our Way promoting the well-being of African American children & families

7Feb/140

“Mourning at Night”: A Film by Students at Philly’s Strawberry Mansion High School

Here's another great example of how we can/should/do engage our children in both developing talents and skills, and telling our stories in ways that make a positive difference.  In fact, this models what we should all see as our responsibility... to use our own talents and skills in ways that make a difference for our children, our families and our community.

Read more about the work they're doing at Strawberry Mansion High School, at Technically Philly.

A short film created entirely by students from Strawberry Mansion High School in Philadelphia, PA. Collaboration between the US Attorney's Office for Eastern PA, WorkReady/EducationWorks, Strawberry Mansion High School and filmmakers/instructors El Sawyer and Jon Kaufman and support from: Derrick Toler, Aidan Un, Christian Hernandez, Catherine Christian.

Mourning at Night- A film made by students at Strawberry Mansion High School, Philadelphia, PA from Jon Kaufman on Vimeo.

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