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Community in Change: Caprice Jones

Office of BVM Life and Mission invites you to Community in Change with Caprice Jones, executive director and founder of Fountain of Youth in Dubuque, Iowa.

Caprice will share his personal journey which led him on a mission to “change mindsets that contribute to generational poverty through community collaboration, resource sharing, mindfulness, and education.”

Currently under production, clips from the documentary, Boy, will be shared and discussed. The film features Caprice, his work in Dubuque, and his Chicago roots. Boy focuses on Black men serving as role models for the younger generation, helping them change their mindsets, and discovering that “another world is possible.”

No registration required.

Jan. 9, 2–3:30 CST

Learn more about Fountain of Youth.

“Boy” director Tom Scott is a film and television creator/producer. He has had work featured at the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals and has had a television series on HBO. He founded the national network, Plum TV, which received more than 14 Emmy awards. He co-founded The Nantucket Project to address issues in a way to increase public dialogue and innovative thinking. Scott sought out Fountain of Youth Founder Caprice Jones in 2020, shortly after the death of George Floyd and asked if he would like to join the discussion about race in America and creating ideas of change.

For more information, contact Suzie Wright at

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