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East Brunswick Library International Film Fest: "The First Grader"
An elderly veteran of Kenya’s Mau Mau Uprising enrolls in a newly-opened primary school to learn to read and write with a class of 6-year-olds. This uplifting true story stars Kenyan actor Oliver Litondo as Kimani Maruge and Naomi Harris as his idealistic young teacher.
For more information about film showings at the library, go to the Film Festival page or contact Martha Hess at 732-390-6767.
|Where||East Brunswick Public Library 2 Jean Walling Dr, East Brunswick, NJ 08816|
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