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Screening and Discussion of “My Mis-Education in 3 Graphics”

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On Tuesday, October 26 at 8pm EDT, Dollars & Sense will hold a free screening and panel discussion of Mary Filippo’s film “My Mis-Education in 3 Graphics.”

Registration for the event is now open! Please click here to register for this event. Once you've completed the registration process, you will then receive an email with instructions on how to watch the documentary prior to the event.

Our event panelists will be Mary Filippo, an independent filmmaker; Tim Koechlin, an economist at Vassar College; and John Summa, an independent researcher, author, and economist. The event will be held online via Zoom and will include a screening of a few short clips from the film, a panel discussion, and a Q&A session with the panelists. To submit questions to the panelists in advance, please do so using this form.

Koechlin has this to say about the film, which he reviewed in our November/December 2020 issue: “If you have ever taken an economics course and thought ‘what is going on?’—you should watch this movie. If you have ever taken an economics course and thought ‘Aha! So that’s how it works!’—you should watch this movie. And if you teach economics, you should share this film with your students.” You can find the full review here.

You can find Michael Yates’s review of the film at Monthly Review Online, here. And you can also find David Brennan’s review of the film on Monthly Review Online, here.

This event is cosponsored by the Merrimack College Economics Department, the California State University–San Bernardino Economics Department, University of Rhode Island Economics Department, and the Center for Popular Economics.For more information about the film, visit the film's website. If you have any questions, call us at 617-447-2177, or . We hope you will join us for this exciting free event!