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Riverview gives South a big screen debut


South High Student Documentary Screening
Monday, Feb. 1 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. | Riverview Theatre | 3800 42nd Ave. S. 55406 
Admission: Free

Featuring filmwork by students in 

An interdisciplinary class, taught by Laura Lanik and Delainia Haug

See VOICES class clip.



  • The South High Newcomers Program An exploration of the newest academic program at South High.
  • Black: The End of the Achievement Gap How is the Minneapolis Public Schools addressing the needs of African American males?
  • Stolen Sisters The connection between cultural appropriation, racism and the exploitation of Native American women.
  • Music Matters Why every child deserves access to a quality music program in their school.
  • Painting is to Easel The problem of cultural bias embedded in standardized testing.
  • Our Streets: One Woman's Story of Breaking Free A look inside sex trafficking in Minneapolis through one woman's journey.
  • Can-Do Canines The feature of a local organization doing great work bringing dogs and humans together to improve lives.
  • Coming to America Hearing the experiences of our immigrant and refugee neighbors leads to deeper understanding and empathy.
  • Dress coded Students explore implications of race and gender in dress-code policies.