Get ready for an engaging event that combines captivating original films, and facilitated inclusive conversations on supported employment, as well as the invaluable role of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) in the lives of individuals with disabilities
Join us for a screening Liquor Store Dreams, where two Korean American children of liquor store owners reconcile their own dreams with those of their immigrant parents. This free, community event is hosted in partnership with the Council of Korean Americans, Korean American Coalition– Metro Atlanta, POV and Georgia Public Broadcasting.
Dougherty County Public Library will feature a screening of the new PBS KIDS show "Lyla in the Loop" with Georgia Public Broadcasting on February 20, 2024, at 10:00 am at the Northwest Library Event Center, located at 2507 Dawson Road Albany, GA 31707.
UGA's Institute of Native American Studies - in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting, UGA Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Department of Linguistics presents UNESCO Indigenous Languages Decade 2022-2032 Speaker Series featuring Rainy Brake.
Join us for a special National Zoom Town Hall about the new PBS Documentary, GOSPEL.
UGA's Institute of Native American Studies - in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting, UGA Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Department of Linguistics presents UNESCO Indigenous Languages Decade 2022-2032 Speaker Series featuring Sara Snyder Hopkins.
The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) invites you to attend A Seat at the Table: A Transformative Conversation Around Equity, Disability, and Support. This event will bring together art, dinner, and discussion about the value of equitable opportunities and support in the lives of Georgians with developmental disabilities and their families.
Join us at Theatrical Outfit - The Balzer Theater for The Moth StorySLAM! This month's theme is Love Hurts
Indie Lens Pop-Up, presented by ITVS, INDEPENDENT LENS, GPB and The Smile Trust will host a screening of Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Katja Esson’s Razing Liberty Square, featuring a panel discussion. When rising sea levels threaten the future of coastal dwellers in Miami, wealthy property owners seek to strike gold inland by developing the historically Black community of Liberty City.
Join us for a screening of the film and discussion with Dr. Carol Anderson, Dr. Janieria Easley, and Dr. Jessica Stewart of Emory University, Dr. Cynthia Neal Spence of Spelman College, and Quarterman-Keller Scholars from Spelman College.