What if you could stop the cycle of bigotry and racism . . . or raise awareness to help youth transcend racial negativity? And, when it comes to racial discrimination, what if you could make a true impact—not just in your own life, but stopping the cycle in the youth of our nation?
Guess what? You can
. And it’s easier than you could ever believe—thanks to an amazing film entitled “Trouble in the Water.”
Based on an award-winning screenplay, “TROUBLE in the WATER” is a short, family-oriented film that brings an important and positive message. By exploring how negative racial messages are gradually internalized
and passed from generation to generation, the film illuminates the profound impact of these messages on a child’s self-image.
This thought-provoking, inspirational DVD serves as a youth-outreach media tool that can change the dynamic of the next generation. With its easy-to-digest DVD format, it allows educators in any field to make an impact on their students’ lives.
As you may know, teachers are constantly facing budget cuts—making access to important tools like this nearly impossible. We, at Cool Breeze Communications, want to provide a copy of this amazing film to as many educators and professionals as we can. Our initial goal is 1000 copies. But, longer term, we want to continue placing copies in the hands of as many educators as possible!
So how can you help? How can we make a difference and stop the cycle of bigotry and racial negativity? . . . by getting copies of this amazing film into the hands of teachers, early childhood development professionals, and counselors at NO COST
Every bit of the donations raised for this GoFundMe will go toward providing copies of “Trouble in the Water” to educators, counselors, and even churches.
Reaching our goal will allow us to reward
your generosity. For donations of $100 or more
, you can designate a recipient of your choice (teacher, parent, school, community organization, etc.) to receive this amazing resource!
Let’s make a huge impact on the next generation! Thank you for all your support!
~ Roger Edwards, Jr.
(Content Developer, Cool Breeze Communications)