Granito de Arena, Distribution Early 2006

The film screened five times in seven days, in and around New York City. At Columbia University, faculty and students from the Teachers' College attended a screening in Milbank Chapel and participated in the post-screening discussion. At Princeton College, the Princeton Latin American Forum hosted an intimate screening attended by students and faculty from Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru, the US, and Romania.

Back in New York City, the Professional Staff Congress of CUNY screened the film as part of their Labor Goes to the Movies series. The screening was well attended by faculty, professional staff, students, and community members. The post-screening discussion included a debate between audience members about how teachers, students, and community members can better work together to fight for labor justice in New York City.

Despite below-freezing temperatures, a screening at the Union Pool bar, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, was well attended by teachers, students, and neighbors.

January, 2006

Granito de Arena screened three separate times, in Caracas, Venezuela, during the World Social Forum, in late Janurary. It was the closing event at the Education Forum on January 23rd, was included in a series of films presented by Vive TV, and was also included in a series of film screenings organized by the Alternative Social Forum.

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