Stream the Hungry to Learn film for free April 28-30 and join our online discussions

We’re thrilled to announce that the #RealCollege community is invited to join the Hope Center for a special screening and social media conversations about Hungry to Learn, Soledad O’Brien’s new documentary. Our #RealCollege movement and conference are prominently featured. The film has been featured at prestigious film festivals including SXSW EDU, DOC NYC Film Festival and the Garden State Film Festival.

About the Film:

The cost of college is forcing students to make choices that put eating regular meals and their education at odds. Director Geeta Gandbhir and executive producer Soledad O’Brien’s poignant film follows four college students as they navigate food insecurity in their attempt to change their lives for the better. Homelessness, abandonment and mental health issues loom as students are caught between educational institutions’ pursuit of profit during “the best time of their lives.”

Here are the details for the screening and social media events:

FilmRegister by April 27 to receive your free pass. Stream the film at your convenience between April 28-30th. Urge your whole household to join you; this is a family-friendly film!

Facebook Live with Soledad O’Brien: On Wednesday April 29th at 7:30 pm EST, tune in live for on Facebook or join us on Zoom for a conversation between Soledad and Sara Goldrick-Rab. Pose your questions, share your thoughts, and join us to talk #RealCollege.

Twitter Chat: Share your thoughts on the film at #RealCollege on all social media, and join us for a special chat on Friday May 1, 1pm EST. Make sure you are following @hope4college on twitter to get reminders and engage with the chat.