Unlikely tells the stories of 5 diverse students - parent learners, immigrants, low-income and first generation - as they pursue higher education. As a learning tool for local policymakers, a resource for non-profit organizations and educational institutions, or a hopeful narrative for the 35 million individuals in America with some college but no degree, Unlikely humanizes the complex issues and statistics facing higher education in America and is an important film to make available for librarians and the individuals they serve across the nation.
Running Time: 106 minutes
Sponsored by: Jaye and Adam Fenderson
ALA Unit/Subunit: ALA
Meeting Type: Now Showing
Cost: Included with full conference registration.