We are thrilled to share the two-minute trailer of the Center for Public Policy Priorities’ 30-minute documentary ‘A Fighting Chance,’ which sheds light on what it really takes for families to survive and thrive in Texas and exposes the tough choices families must make on a daily basis, including how to provide quality and affordable health care for themselves and their children.
The film will chronicle every step of their journey as they fight to meet their most basic needs. Thanks to the generosity of Methodist Health Care Ministries, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and the Citi Foundation, we hope to touch the hearts and minds of Texans by exposing the harsh reality of poverty and challenging our common assumptions.
A Fighting Chance will air on KLRU Austin, the local PBS station, and others statewide in a few weeks. If you are in Austin, please join us next week for a premiere screening of the film followed by a panel discussion:
Civic Summit: What It Takes for Texas Families
Documentary Screening and Discussion
The event is free, but seating is limited so be sure to RSVP!
Written by: Alexa Garcia-Ditta, communications associate at the Center for Public Policy Priorities. Cross-posted with permission from the Better Texas Blog.Posted in The Texas Treatment|Tagged child well-being, employment, health care, jobs, Medicaid, poverty|