Valley of the Tetons Library, the Hispanic Resource Center, and Radical Neighboring have teamed up to offer a free screening of “Underwater Dreams” at Pierre’s Playhouse on Oct. 8.

“Underwater Dreams” is a 2014 documentary in which four undocumented Mexican students at a Title I school (a federal designation for a school with a large concentration of low-income students) win a national underwater robotics competition, defeating a team from MIT in the process. The film was screened at the White House Science Fair in 2015.

This is the library’s first time partnering with Radical Neighboring, a group that was founded by Church of the Tetons with the aim of holding compassionate community conversations about immigration. Because the documentary, which has

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