From the Student Law Press Center
Join a Screening of the Documentary Raise Your Voice
For three days, from February 25-27, production company GoodDocs and Maribeth Romslo, the documentary filmmaker behind Raise Your Voice, will be generously making her film available for streaming by the student press community, in honor of Student Press Freedom Day. The film follows the student journalists at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as they navigate their school mass shooting as both survivors and journalists. The documentary explores youth free speech history in America, connecting the Parkland students to a broader story about young voices and their power through social movements.
Every person who wants to watch the movie must register here:
You’ll receive a link on Thursday, Feb. 25 and can stream the film anytime that Thursday, Friday or Saturday. We encourage you to host a group screening with your newsroom staff, friends or classmates and chat on your preferred platform (like Slack or Discord).
Or, join the Student Press Law Center team as we watch the film during our staff lunch on Friday, Feb. 26th at 12:30 p.m. We’ll be hosting a live chat on Slack and we’d love to see you there! Make sure to register for the film first, then sign up to join our Slack workspace here.