Looking for post-election resources? Here’s a film your students need to see.
How have the economic dislocations of globalization affected blue collar and working class people in the U.S. and around the world?
If you’re looking for classroom resources to help explore this question, don’t miss MEF’s new release The Divide, British filmmaker Katharine Round’s critically acclaimed documentary about the personal costs and political consequences of global economic inequality.
After a successful run in theaters and community venues across Great Britain, The Divide is now available on DVD from MEF. We encourage you to get a copy for your library, show it in your classes, or screen it at campus and community events to open up dialogue about inequality.
To get a sense of just how effective an educational tool this film is, check out these tweets and posts from educators, activists, and community organizers who have screened The Divide already …