Values in Action


Picture a Scientist

October 27, 7-8:30 p.m.

This film gives a harrowing look at the systemic discrimination against women in the fields of science, and provides new perspectives on how to make the scientific field more diverse, equitable and open to all.

The Anti-Racist Kid: Identity, Justice, and Activism

October 19, 6-8:15 p.m.

Tiffany M. Jewell, anti-racist author, educator and writer of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, "This Book is Anti-Racist."

Movies with a Mission 

Movies with a Mission is an opportunity for members of The Northwest School community to come together for a shared experience that piques curiosity and inspires informed action. It's like a book club, but it’s a film.

All members of the community — faculty, students, parents, families — are granted free access to stream a selected film for 30 days before an online panel discussion. The series offers three films each fall, winter and spring.


WATCH NOW for free at Film Platformlink opens in new window using these credentials:

  • Username: NorthwestSchoolUser
  • Password: NorthwestSchool2022

Virtual Discussion Panel

Please join us for a virtual panel-led discussion on October 27 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

This event is open to Northwest School students, faculty and families.


We will post panelist information here as it becomes available.

2022-23 Equity and Inclusion Speaker Series

The Northwest School proudly sponsors the Equity & Inclusion Virtual Speaker Series, and will host  discussions for our community about each speaker, starting with Tiffany M. Jewell, best-selling anti-racist author.

Pizza, Screening and Discussion

Please join us for an in-person screening, discussion and pizza, Wednesday, October 19, from 6-8:15 p.m. in Northwest's new Summit Building at 420 E. Pike Street.


PLEASE RSVPlink opens in new window so we know how many people to expect. This event is open to Northwest School students, faculty and families.

Stay tuned for more Equity & Inclusion Speaker Series community events, sponsored by The Northwest School.