USF to Present Screening of Troubled Teen Documentary
March 16, 2017
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — The University of Saint Francis Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is presenting a special screening of the documentary “Paper Tigers” on Tuesday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in the USF North Campus auditorium, 2702 Spring Street.
“Paper Tigers” shares the stories of vulnerable teens who have endured multiple Adverse Childhood Experiences, also called ACEs. Their narratives are situated within complex and contradictory social worlds pitting extreme inequality against traditional norms of social behavior. This documentary demonstrates the power of unconditional love to shape the lives of the powerless and marginalized.
The screening is free and open to the public, and it is presented in partnership with Great KIDS make Great COMMUNITIES. For more information, contact USF Professor of Sociology and Social Justice Dr. David Mullins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260.399.7700, ext. 8133.
This documentary is not appropriate for children.
Founded in 1890 in the Catholic Franciscan tradition, the University of Saint Francis offers more than 80 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs through the School of Health Sciences, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership and School of Creative Arts. In addition to its traditional programs, USF designs focused curricula for working adults in Fort Wayne, Crown Point and online. In 2016, the University of Saint Francis expanded its presence to downtown Fort Wayne. USF Downtown houses the university’s business and music technology programs while offering enhanced internship and networking opportunities for students. The University of Saint Francis offers a robust campus experience including 16 athletic programs boasting two individual and three team NAIA national championships, and is recognized as an NAIA Five-Star Champion of Character institution. Approximately 2,200 students from a broad geographic region attend USF.