Kirkland school kids crowding the theaters to see Selma for Black History Month
That’s the vision of Google.org, which is why they’ve just announced that they’re working with DonorsChoose.org to pay for 6th-12th grade classes to take their students to see Selma, the powerful movie on the civil rights movement.
Teachers from Seattle and Kirkland can visit DonorsChoose.org, create a field trip project to see Selma, and bring their students in to see this important movie at no cost. Google.org will cover costs for tickets and transportation, as part of its effort to empower the next generation of dreamers.
I hope you’ll be able to spread the news of how to request these free field trips, either through the news or on your social media channels. Teachers can sign up at: http://help.donorschoose.org/hc/en-us/articles/204600527