Del Walters

TV Journalist
Executive Producer

Angela Newsome

TheRPCard President

Producer

Please join the Foundation for a Drug-Free World in hosting the showing of this important film. Following the film showing will be a free buffet dinner and the opportunity to meet Del Walters and his amazing students!

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When:

Saturday, April 12th 5pm-8pm

 

Where:

Church of Scientology National Affairs Office
1701 20th St. NW Washington DC           (Corner of Connecticut Ave and

R St – 1.5 blocks from the Dupont Circle metro)
 

RSVP:

osa.dc@verizon.net
Or call 202-667-6404

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Emmy award winning journalist, Del Walters, taught this group of students from Bowie State College and discovered that almost every single student in his class had been adversely affected by drug usage within their family. This silent epidemic is now being discussed in a new student produced documentary. The students say: "X” - The Lost Generation is a story that began as a class project. It soon grew into something spectacular that became much more than a class trying to get a good grade. “

 

X” – “The Lost Generation” is a documentary that tells the stories of students who are the prodigies of parents who abused drugs. It points the audience to the effects that the crack epidemic had on us, the “X” generation. This class project allowed us, as a group of students at Bowie State University, to look at our lives differently. It took what we have become accustomed to, what we perceive as normal, and opened our eyes to reveal that there is something different out there for us. We have come to realize that we are more than just a roman-numeral letter that symbolizes our generation.

 

We persevered to find a way to show people that we, the products of "the lost generation", will not stay hidden. Nor will we be just a statistical notation in the war on drugs. We are determined to prove that we will overcome the hurdles that were set in front of us by those who abused drugs.