Wednesday, July 29, 2009

A university, from the ground up

Posted By on 07.29.09 at 01:10 PM

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Nic DeGrazia and Daniel Kullman traveled to Angola's war-torn Bie province last May to document Evanston nonprofit SHAREcircle's ongoing efforts to build the Angola Central Highlands University, the first university in the region.

DeGrazia and Kullman screen footage from their in-progress documentary Pools of Light tonight at 6:30 at the Highland Park Public Library, 494 Laurel. The filmmakers will solicit audience feedback and Guerra Freitas of SHAREcircle will give a presentation about the university. It's free. RSVP here.

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