Nichols Service and Social Justice Hosting Virtual Film Event

Nichols School's Service and Social Justice program is excited to be co-sponsoring a special virtual film event as part of the WNY Refugee Film Festival run by Journey’s End Refugee Services.
Tune in via Zoom on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m. for a screening of the documentary film, "Day One: 56 Languages, 42 Countries, One Community. A Gateway to a New Life." The film features a St. Louis public school that serves students from refugee and immigrant backgrounds.
We will be joined by special guest speakers, including Director Lori Miller & Ms. Tonya Davis, an ESL teacher for PS208 Riverside Academy here in Buffalo, NY, for a Q&A following the screening.
Please reach out to Service and Social Justice coordinators Caitlin Crowell ( or Kevin Powers ( with any questions.

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