Join us to see CodeSwitching – a 2019 film about a voluntary school desegregation program that bused Boston minority youth to better-resourced suburban schools starting in the 1970s. Five Black alumni across three generations talk about the upsides and drawbacks of being bused for a better education.
They discuss the difficulties of navigating between their inner city neighborhoods and their predominately affluent white schools.

The film begins at 7 p.m. via Zoom; entry starts at 6:45 p.m.
Registration is required – please use this link to register:

Jonathan Hutto, coordinator of the Prince Georges People’s Coalition in Maryland, will lead the discussion following the film. Hutto helped get the Prince Georges County Police Department placed under Federal Oversight from 2004-2009.
He also co-authored an influential paper on the history of police brutality in our county in the Journal of Urban Health in February, 2016.

This event is one of Greenbelt’s Black History Month educational programs.