Videos about Sheff v O’Neill school integration

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Learn more about the Sheff Movement for quality integrated schools and its Racial Justice in Education Youth Video Contest, in partnership with the Reel Youth Hartford Film Festival.

Resource: Video documentaries about Sheff:

TJ Noel-Sullivan, Separate But Unequal: Sheff v O’Neill (2014)

Stacy-Ann Wallen, Hartford resident and Open Choice student at Hall High School, West Hartford, Martin Luther King Day address, edited by the Sheff Movement (2014)

Forty Years of Project Concern and Project Choice (2008), http://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/cssp_media/1/

Oral history interviews (with video), Cities Suburbs & Schools Project, Trinity College Digital Repository, http://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/cssp_ohistory/

Resources to learn how to record and edit your own videos:

Eye on Video summer youth apprenticeship at Real Art Ways in Hartford, part of the Greater Hartford Arts Council Neighborhood Studios

Reel Youth Hartford Film Festival

Vimeo Video School 101 – free online video tutorials

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