Class of COVID 19: A Documentary Film
Class of COVID 19: A Documentary Film
Class of COVID 19: A Documentary Film
Class of COVID 19: A Documentary Film

Class of COVID 19: A Documentary Film

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    • Directed by: Jon Brick & Dr. Donna Davis
    • Released: 2023 (educational)
    • Year of Production: 2022
Running Time: 75 min
Language: English, 
Subtitle Options: English Closed Captions
Subjects: Physical and Mental Health Studies, Education, Children, Youth and Family Studies
From initial lockdown to the first vaccines, Class of COVID-19 unveils untold and thought-provoking stories of courage and hope during a global pandemic. The stories move far beyond school buildings to show the fears, challenges, and triumphs of exemplary teachers and students. Faced with struggles around mental health, inequities in school resources, and racial injustice, the characters evolve to become true leaders in their communities and prove that sometimes the most important lessons are learned outside the classroom.

2022 International Black FIlm Festival, Winner of the Nashville Best Long Documentary, Official Selection at the 2022 Kansas City Film Fest International and Winner of the Audience Choice Award for Documentary Feature and the Silver Remi Award at 2022 WorldFest - Houston International Film Festival 

About the filmmakers


Over the last 20 years, Jon has been producing, directing and editing award-winning films. His specialty is creating content for multiple platforms that include branded content, online original video, documentary, reality television, independent film, broadcast and social media content. Jon has a flawless track record working with world class creative agencies, television and film production companies and Fortune 500 companies which include Yahoo!, People TV, NBC Universal, Travelocity, Getty Film, Oracle, Organic, WAG Entertainment, 60 Minutes, Harvest Creative, Marching Penguin, Hint, Muse and Local Eyes Productions.




Dr. Donna M. Davis is currently a Professor of Educational Foundations in the School of Education, Social Work, and Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). She has over 30 years of experience in the field of education, spending nearly a decade teaching high school English in the Los Angeles Unified School District before earning her doctorate at the University of Kansas. Her doctoral dissertation examined the life and education of Langston Hughes.  Dr. Davis teaches courses in the history and philosophy of education at UMKC. She has been published in numerous scholarly journals in the areas of urban education, multicultural education, philosophy of education, history of education, arts education, and social justice. She has presented at national conferences including the American Educational Research Association, American Educational Studies Association, Organization of Educational Historians, and the National Association of Multicultural Education. Most significantly, she is the mother of two artists! 


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