Saturday night Ivory Tower viewing with the Director

Join Young NYC DSAers as we watch the new student debt movie Ivory Tower and have a special Q&A session with director Andrew Rossi. Ivory Tower is a striking documentary exploring the rising costs of higher education, the social consequences of discriminatory admission processes, and the growing student debt crisis.

We get half price tickets if we get 25 people to pre-pay by Wednesday (so we can make the $187.50 advance payment to the theater)

Please pay now. If we don't reach our goal of 25 people pre-paid, we will refund your payment.

This movie is a great way to radicalize your friends. Pay for multiple tickets below and bring them along.

Saturday June 21st, 7:25pm showing

The Angelika Film Center, 8 W. Houston St., Manhattan

Subways: B, D, F, V to Broadway/Lafayette St. and exit at the west end of the station; 6 to Bleeker; R, W to Prince St.

Watch the trailer here but DON'T FORGET TO COME BACK and pre-pay for a ticket!

$165.00 raised
GOAL: $187.50


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