Watch Bowling for Columbine
and Explore Ways to Take Action to Prevent Gun Violence and Make Our Schools and Communities Safer
Thirteen years before the school shooting at
Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut,
filmmaker Michael Moore set out to explore
the reasons behind the massacre of 12 students
and a teacher at Columbine High School
on April 20, 1999.
Please join us for a screening and discussion on
Thursday, January 17, 2013
5:00- 8:00 pm
at the Zimmer Children's Museum
6505 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Light refreshments will be served. Visitor parking available.
- What has changed since 1999?
- What have we learned?
- How can we take action to make our schools and communities safer?
To attend you must do BOTH of the following:
1. Please reserve tickets by Tuesday, January 15th
2. Students, please fill out a trip slip by clicking here and fax or email scans of trip slips
to (323) 761-8990 or Carolina@youthink.org.
Transportation for students will be available from specific locations.
Please indicate your pickup preference in the ticket registration form.
Pick up times are as follows:
Bus #1: ISLC @ 3:30pm & Fremont @ 4:00pm
Bus # 2 KDHS @ 4:00pm
Shuttle #1 SJLA @ 3:45 & Hollenbeck @ 4:00
Shuttle # 2 Sutter @ 3:30, Daniel pearl @ 3:45, Hollywood @ 4:30
Shuttle # 3 Animo@3:30, CSUDH @ 4:00, View Park @ 4:30
Shuttle # 4 Edison @ 4:15
When & Where
youTHink is an exciting, innovative arts and education program offered by the Zimmer Children’s Museum.
What We Do
youTHink utilizes the power of art to foster critical thinking about local and global contemporary issues.
youTHink works to empower youth to find and use their voices to take action for positive social change.
youTHink brings students from different walks of life together, creating just and inclusive communities.