The Community Library Network at Post Falls hopes to create a community dialog by screening the film "Bully" on Friday, May 17th.
The award-winning documentary looks at bullying in American schools. Due to intense thematic material, disturbing content and strong language the film is rated PG-13. Following to screening, Hannah Masters, an anti-bullying advocate, will lead a discussion using material provided by the Bully Project, a national movement to stop bullying.
In addition to the film, there are about 100 anti-bullying posters created by Post Falls High School art students are on display at the library. Students were asked to create the posters as part of an art class assignment. The posters have messages like "Be Loud for the Silent", "Bully Free Zone", and "It Starts With Me".
The event is free and no registration is required. For more information contact the Post Falls Library at (208) 773-1506.
"Bully" at the Post Falls Library, Friday, May 17th, 6 to 8:30pm.