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What You Can Do

Host a Screening

This educational documentary may be screened at schools, community centers, in a classroom, at faith organizations, including opportunities for community-based virtual screenings.

By registering to host an event, you’ll receive: 

  • Permission to screen for educational purposes 
  • Discussion prompts to help guide your community’s conversation 
  • Promotional support and other educational resources

Host a Community Conversation

The research and resources that inform this documentary can support conversations that address concerns in your own community, school or home. Experts and community leaders are available to help guide conversations, workshops and trainings designed for parents, teachers, faith leaders, mental health providers, as well as susceptible youth and those targeted by hate. 



Request a Research Briefing

Researchers and community participants are available to provide backgrounding or academic briefings, including grand rounds presentations, for adolescent and behavioral medicine clinicians, social workers and other public health professionals, as well as for educators and community organizations.


The research that informs this educational documentary is ongoing. In collaboration with the Rural Digital Youth Resiliency Project, we invite participants to facilitate focus groups for parents, youth, educators and school technologists. These formal focus groups and accompanying survey-based research investigate middle and high schoolers’ exposure to hate and other toxic content online in social media platforms and video games. 



The Rural Digital Youth Resiliency Project seeks to advance public understanding of the unique risks that America’s rural youth face online. RDYR assembles different perspectives, research methods, and engaged journalism practices to illuminate these challenges. Topics include: mis/disinformation targeting, exposure to violence, hate and other harmful content, and risks for radicalization to extremist ideologies. We take a collaborative, solutions-oriented approach and seek to build a network of researchers, journalists, technologists, policy makers, and affected community members to ensure diverse perspectives are represented in addressing the societal effects of new technologies on rural communities. RDYR invites research and reporting proposals on these topics – submit form inquiry for more information.