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Redwood City Together / Library Present Free Screening of “Welcome to Shelbyville”

Good afternoon –

The collaborative group Redwood City Together, along with the Redwood City Library, present a free screening of the thought-provoking and fascinating film, Welcome to Shelbyville. It’s next week, on February 6. Please read below for the details – I hope you can plan on attending, and bring a few friends along! It includes an after-film discussion as well.

Thanks,

~malcolm

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Redwood City Together and the Redwood City Library Present a Special FREE Screening:

Welcome to Shelbyville

Co-Sponsored by Friends of Redwood City Library and Redwood City 2020

  • Wednesday February 6, 2013 * 6:30 PM
    Downtown Library Community Room
    1044 Middlefield Road 

Welcome to Shelbyville – Directed by Kim A. Snyder. 67 Minutes; 2010.

WELCOME TO SHELBYVILLE is a glimpse of America at a crossroads. In one town in the heart of America’s bible belt, a community grapples with rapidly changing demographics. Longtime African-American and White residents are challenged with how to integrate with a growing Latino population and the more recent arrival of hundreds of Somali refugees of Muslim faith. Set on the eve of the 2008 Presidential election, the film captures the interaction between these residents as they navigate new waters against the backdrop of a tumultuous year.

For more information about this film please visit: www.welcometoshelbyvillefilm.com

Redwood City Together: a collaboration of caring community members and public/private organizations working to build a stronger, inclusive, and welcoming community, building on the strength of our diversity and appreciation of our shared values: safe streets for our children, neighbors who look out for each other, and a thriving community where all can prosper. The group is coordinated by Redwood City 2020, working to ensure the health and success of children, youth, and families served by the Redwood City School District. Visit www.rwc2020.org

For information about all the great events, programs, and activities at your Redwood City Public Library, visit www.rcdwoodcity.org/library or call (650) 780-7018.

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