CONTACT: Ruth Guerra, 703.895.9889
January 31, 2013
Film viewing, Waiting for “Superman” hosted by The Independence Institute, sponsored by The LIBRE Initiative Promoting quality education during National School Choice Week
Denver, CO – The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) is partnering with The Independence Institute to provide a Spanish viewing of the documentary film, Waiting for “Superman,” today, Thursday, January 31 at 6:00 pm in Centro San Juan Diego. The film analyzes the American public education system and how it is failing parents and students who are struggling to obtain a quality education.
“Schools are failing to provide Hispanics, the fastest growing demographic, with a quality education. Our children are the future of our country, the workforce of tomorrow, who will require skills and talent to compete in a global economy,” said Michael Barrera, Western Director of The LIBRE Initiative. “Our goal is to inform parents through this powerful film that they do have a choice, and can act to ensure their children receive a quality education.”
The event is free and food will be provided.
WHO: The Independence Institute and The LIBRE Initiative
WHAT: Promote National School Choice Week with a Spanish viewing of the documentary
film, Waiting for “Superman”
WHEN: Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Centro San Juan Diego
2830 Lawrence Street
Denver, Colorado 80205
About the LIBRE Initiative
The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) is a nonprofit nonpartisan 501(c)(4) organization headquartered in South Texas. LIBRE’s mission is to advance economic freedom and increase prosperity by promoting free enterprise, personal responsibility, and a more constitutionally limited government. We envision a prosperous U.S. Hispanic/Latino community that contributes directly to building a renewed and free American economy. For more information, please visit: www.LIBREinitiative.com or www.LIBREprospero.com. Connect with us via social media on Facebook at The LIBRE Initiative and Twitter @LIBREInitiative. Subscribe to Be LIBRE Alerts and the LIBRE Forum e-newsletter.