This Ain't Normal Screening: Bethel AME Church
Mar
30
11:00 AM11:00

This Ain't Normal Screening: Bethel AME Church

The Bethel Institute for Social Justice In Your Corner Program (IYC), Roslindale is for Everyone (RISE), and The Theodore Parker UU Church, Racial Justice Task Force invite you to a special screening of This Ain’t Normal

Panelists Include:
Donals Osgood Sr., former StreetSafe Boston Streetworker and Advocate Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
Omaira Alicea, former StreetSafe Boston Program Coordinator

Film Crew:
Director Rudy Hypolite
Co-Producer and Community Activist Dennis Wilson
Music Composer Malik Williams

Please RSVP to Myra Kinds at kindsmyra@gmail.com or 774.219.9756.

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This Ain't Normal Screening: Silberman School of Social Work, NY
Mar
23
2:00 PM14:00

This Ain't Normal Screening: Silberman School of Social Work, NY

  • Hunter College, Silberman School of Social Work (East Harlem) (map)
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Film Screening and Community Discussion on Youth Violence in East Harlem
Brought to you by The Renaissance Charter High School For Innovation, Council Member Diana Ayala and Manhattan Community Board 11.


Panelists Include:
Donald Osgood Sr., former StreetSafe Boston Streetworker and Advocate Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
Elsie Encarnacion, The Renaissance Charter High School for Innovation

Film Crew:
Director Rudy Hypolite
Co-Producer and Community Activist Dennis Wilson
Music Composer Malik Williams
Film Editor, Oriel Danielson

Please RSVP by emailing elsie.encar@gmail.com

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This Ain't Normal Screening: Bridgewater State University
Mar
18
5:00 PM17:00

This Ain't Normal Screening: Bridgewater State University

  • Bridgewater State: Mohler-Faria Science & Mathematics Center (map)
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Afro-Am BSU, Men Integrated in Brotherhood (MIB) and the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice invite you to a special screening of This Ain’t Normal. This documentary film depicts the stories of gang-involved youth, entangled in the intractable violence of inner city Boston, and the social and street workers tasked with helping to transform their lives.

Panelists include:
Alan Turner, former StreetSafe Boston Streetworker Supervisor
Conan Harris, former StreetSafe Manager and former Senior Safety Advisor for Boston Mayor Martin Walsh
BSU Student Claudio Eshun
MRISJ’s Dr. Kelly Brotzman

Film Crew:
Director Rudy Hypolite
Producer Dennis Wilson
Music Composer Malik Williams

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Please RSVP by emailing kreateabuzzfilms@gmail.com

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Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

The Jamaica Plain Forum presents: This Ain't Normal

Co-sponsored by First Church in Jamaica Plain, Social Justice Action Committee, Theodore Parker Church, and the Racial Justice Task Force:

“As part of our second year of the Dismantling White Supremacy Film series this documentary depicts the stories of gang-involved youth, entangled in the intractable violence haunting Boston’s neighborhoods, and the StreetSafe Boston social and street workers tasked with helping to transform their lives. This Ain’t Normal examines the individual circumstances behind the violence, thereby gaining a deeper insight and understanding into the issue of youth violence, as it has grown to epidemic proportions in the City on the Hill and the nation.”

For more information: Jom45@aol.com

Free & Open to All.

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This Ain’t Normal: Film Screening & Discussion
Dec
3
5:30 PM17:30

This Ain’t Normal: Film Screening & Discussion

  • Ames Courtroom, Austin Hall, Harvard Law School (map)
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Hosted by Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice and Prison Studies Project

Sharing some photos from our most recent “This Ain’t Normal” film screening and discussion. Special thanks to our host David Harris, the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice, and our engaged, insightful, and passionate audience who had some wonderful comments in support of the film and the issues depicted. As one of our incredible panelists, Omaira Alicea, said: “--the film set the stage for progressive discussions on violence, gangs, the school-to-prison pipeline, realistic solutions, parenting…” and other related issues. Omaira Alicea, a former StreetSafe Boston Program Coordinator, was joined on the panel by Donnell Singleton, CEO of Origin Nile Publishing, Donald M. Osgood Sr., Advocate with the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, Conan Harris, Deputy Director of Public Safety for the City of Boston Public Safety, Film Director Rudy Hypolite, and Film Producer Coach Dennis Wilson. If you or your organization would like to sponsor or host a screening of the film, please email us at: kreateabuzzfilms@gmail.com

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Movies That Matter: This Ain't Normal
May
10
5:45 PM17:45

Movies That Matter: This Ain't Normal

IMPACT HUB BOSTON presents our next MOVIES THAT MATTER event in partnership with Kreateabuzz Documentary Films, Sheena Collier, and Justin Kang, featuring the Boston-focused Kreateabuzz film THIS AIN'T NORMAL. 

*Doors open at 5:45 pm. Program starts at 6:00 pm sharp.*

TICKETS HERE: EVENTBRITE

Film Synopsis: This Ain't Normal
This documentary feature film humanizes the stories of gang involved youth, entangled in the intractable violence of inner-city Boston, and the StreetSafe Boston social and street workers tasked with helping to transform their lives. This Ain't Normal examines the individual circumstances behind the violence, thereby gaining a deeper insight and understanding into the issue of youth violence, as it has grown to epidemic proportions in the City on the Hill and the nation. 
Discussion to follow.

About Our Event Partners:
The Kreateabuzz Documentary Films team of filmmakers and content producers create films that give voice to the disenfranchised and underrepresented by illuminating stories that have been ignored or marginalized. Bringing the This Ain’t Normal film directly to communities, the aim is to inform, educate and stir audiences to action on critical issues portrayed in the film.

FOLLOW AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE: https://www.facebook.com/KreateabuzzDocFilms/

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Screening of "This Ain't Normal" at the Cambridge Public Library
Apr
30
6:00 PM18:00

Screening of "This Ain't Normal" at the Cambridge Public Library

TICKETS HERE: EVENTBRITE

This documentary feature film humanizes the stories of gang-involved youth, entangled in the intractable violence of inner-city Boston and the Social and Street Workers tasked with helping to transform their lives. This Ain't Normal examines the individual circumstances behind the violence, thereby gaining a deeper insight and understanding into the issue of youth violence.

FILM TRAILER: https://www.facebook.com/KreateabuzzDocFilms/videos/1708425709228070/

FOLLOW AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE: https://www.facebook.com/KreateabuzzDocFilms/

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Private Screening at The Boston Foundation
Apr
12
5:00 PM17:00

Private Screening at The Boston Foundation

The Boston Foundation hosted a private donor screening for our “This Ain’t Normal” film. Many thanks to TBF’s Kate Guedj and Laura McConaghy and The BASE's Robert Lewis Jr. for their generous support in ensuring the film is shown to many audiences in Metro Boston and across the U.S. Some of those featured in the film were in attendance. Our next screening that WILL be open to the general public is on Monday, April 30th at the Cambridge Public Library. Stay tuned for event details!

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