ACT Year-Round presents Forget Me Not

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Forget Me Not film subjects Hilda and Emilio get ready for preschool

“Inclusion early on almost guarantees inclusion later on. But segregation early on almost guarantees segregation in the rest of life.” -Sara Jo Soldovieri

ACT Human Rights Film and The Lyric have resumed collaboratively screening must-see films throughout the year starting on Thursday, September 23, 2021. Join us in-person or at-home for an exclusive screening of the film Forget Me Not followed by a conversation about disability rights, inclusion, and integrated education. Watch the trailer.

Forget Me Not highlights personal and inspiring stories that expose injustices against children with disabilities, a reality for more than 93 million children worldwide and nearly half of them are not in school. The film reveals a path to a more inclusive society that starts by having diversity in the classroom.

Forget Me Not, Olivier Bernier, United States, 2021, 102 minutes, English.

September 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM| In-person at The Lyric $10 general admission & $8 students/seniors | At-Home (virtual screening) $10

Please read The Lyric’s COVID-19 policies.

Tickets are not interchangeable between in-person and virtual.

A panel discussion will follow the in-person film at approximately 7:45 PM MST on 9/23/21. The panel will be livestreamed to ACT Human Rights Film Festival’s YouTube channel.


Lori Couch, Northern Colorado Down Syndrome Association & Parent

Dr. Deborah Fidler, Colorado State University

Tena Green, Love & Inclusion in the Real World Podcast & Parent

Moderator: Dr. Karrin Vasby Anderson, Colorado State University