Teach Us All, the most recent film acquisition by Ava DuVernay’s film distribution company ARRAY, will screen at the Urbanworld Film Festival on Friday, Sept. 22, 2016 at AMC Empire Theater 12 in New York.

Teach Us All is director Sonia Lowman’s feature debut, and “examines the U.S. education system, from the historic Little Rock Crisis to present-day disparities in access that are culminating into a re-segregation of schools across the nation.”

When nine African-American students were chosen to integrate Arkansas’ previously all-white Little Rock Central High School in 1957, they were met with violent and racially charged resistance. Today, the Little Rock Nine’s integration is recognized as a key part of the Civil Rights Movement. Lowman’s film will tell the stories of current students in Little Rock, as well as those of two surviving Little Rock Nine members, and connect them to case studies in other corners of the country using interviews, archival images and news footage.

The film will be released by Netflix on September 25th (to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Little Rock Nine’s momentous school integration) alongside a series of one-night and limited engagements across the country including New York, Los Angeles, Little Rock, Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston, and Seattle. The full screening list can be found HERE.

Be sure to grab your tickets to the Urbanworld Film Festival screening HERE before it hits theaters, and support this amazing film! Check out the trailer below.