“Paper Tigers” is a moving and profoundly important film that offers critical insights into one of the most widespread educational and health challenges in American society. It should be mandatory viewing for teachers and principals across the country, and anyone who works with vulnerable youth.
Eastern Montana CASA GAL, oneHealth and Mile City Behavioral Health Advisory Council will produce a free screening of “Paper Tigers”, a documentary directed by James Redford that focuses on toxic childhood stress. The showing will be in Miles City June 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Miles Community College, 2715 Dickinson Street, Room 316.
“Paper Tigers” is a relevant and timely documentary that explores the impact of adverse childhood experiences on struggling teens. Their teachers are armed with new science and fresh approaches that are changing their students’ lives for the better.
Call or email to register for a free moving show and training: Cherie LeBlanc-Dyba at 406-234-2354 or email:
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