Join us Thursday, January 16th for a fascinating and important evening with other KBTC members, friends and special guests for a free screening of the powerful film, College Behind Bars.


College Behind Bars explores the transformative power of education through the eyes of incarcerated men and women trying to earn college degrees and turn their lives around in one of the most rigorous and effective prison education programs in the United States - The Bard Prison Initiative.


The event will feature a screening of scenes from the film and a panel discussion.


Ken Burns Presents: College Behind Bars

Screening and Panel Discussion

Thursday, January 16th

6 - 8:30 pm


COMMUNITY STUDIO

KBTC at Bates Technical College

2320 S. 19th Street

Tacoma, WA 98405

PREVIOUS KBTC EVENTS:

October 8, 2019 Fall Program Preview

June 20, 2019 | KBTC Insight Speaker Shane Anderson, Filmmaker

May 20, 2019: KBTC Community Breakfast

April 2019 | Estate Planning Basics, free workshop and seminar | Ideal Life 360

February 2019 | Screening |Quest: The Story of An American Family | Hilltop Action Coalition

January 2019 | Screening | Victoria Season 3

December 2018 | Christian Paige: Poet, Speaker & Educator, Insight Speaker

November 2018 | Veterans Coming Home, screening and panel | Bates Technical College

September 2018 | Melannie Denise Cunningham, Insight Speaker

May 2018 | American’s Secret War, screening and discussion | Federal Way Library

May 2018 | Claudia Castro Luna: Washington State Poet Laureate, Insight Speaker | Humanities Washington

May 2018 | Little Women Screening and Garden Party at Lakewold Gardens

February 2018 | Tell Them We Are Rising: Story of Historically Black Colleges & Universities