Every day, youth in our neighborhoods and in our families navigate foster care, homelessness and trauma. How can we rise around them as a community?
Free to the public, but must reserve through Eventbrite.
Every day, youth in our community navigate foster care and struggle to survive homelessness and trafficking. How can we collectively rise up to support them? Join Amara, in partnership with Ballard’s Majestic Bay Theatre, for a free film series featuring Seattle and Washington documentaries, every Tuesday in April. Each screening includes a post-film discussion.
Tuesday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m.
The Day I Age Out, featuring Joe and Corey from the film, Bryan Tucker (Filmmaker/Producer), Jennifer Strus, Assistant Secretary of Children’s Administration, and speakers from A Way Home Washington, Accelerator YMCA, and College Success Foundation.
Tuesday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Closure, featuring Angela and Bryan Tucker, and speakers from Adoptive Friends and Families of Greater Seattle, the Refugee and Immigrant Children’s Program at Lutheran Community Services, and Families of Color Seattle.
Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m.
The Long Night, featuring Detective Joel Banks, Tim Matsui (Director), Jennifer Strus, Assistant Secretary of Children’s Administration, and speakers from Stolen Youth, Center for Children and Youth Justice, and the King County Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Task Force.
Tuesday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m.
Paper Tigers, featuring Jim Sporleader, and speakers from YouthCare, Center for Children and Youth Justice, Treehouse, Odessa Brown Children's Clinic/Seattle Children’s and Wellspring Family Services.