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Can We All Get Along? The Segregation of John Muir High School




Dir: Pablo Miralles, D.P.: Jerry A. Henry
USA, 2019, 50 min

Weaving stories from alumni, administrators, and civic leaders of Pasadena's John Muir High School’s multi-cultural community, explore the challenges and failures of California, and the United States, to promote a well-funded and diverse public education


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  • Winner of the 2019 Silver Award for The Telly Awards and 2019 Award of Merit for Depth of Field International Film Festival

  • Nominated for Best Documentary for 2019 Burbank International Film Festival

  • Official Selection of 2019 Toronto Lift-Off Film Festival, Impact Docs, Accolade Global Film Competition, The IndieFEST Film Awards, 2020 New Filmmakers New York

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