SF Screening of And Then They Came for Us

Title: SF Screening of And Then They Came for Us
Location: AMC 1000 ~ 1000 Van Ness Ave, SF
Description: Please join us at the SF Premiere of AND THEN THEY CAME FOR US

Please join us at the SF premiere of And The They Came for Us, where we will be screening the 56 minute version of the film for the first time. So even if you have seen the film before, we encourage you to consider attending this screening. Please forward this invitation to anyone you know who might be interested in attending.

Sunday, October 15th, 4PM-6PM
AMC Van Ness 1000 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94109

Click here for Tickets!

with filmmakers, Abby Ginzberg and Ken Schneider; Satsuki Ina, Zahra Billoo and Dale MInami, who are all featured in the film, present for the post film discussion.

In Partnership With

CAAM (Center for Asian American Media)
California LAW, Inc.
Council on American Islamic Relations (SF Bay Area Chapter)
Equal Justice Society
Facing History
Fenwick & West LLP
Fred T. Korematsu Institute
Japanese Community Youth Council
Jonathan Logan Family Foundation
Muslim Advocates
Nikkei Resisters
One Justice
SF Labor Council
St. Francis Square Community Gathering
Tule Lake Committee

It was moving to be with George Takei at the Alphawood Gallery in Chicago as he discussed his experiences in the camps at Rohwer, Arkansas and Tule Lake. George is spreading the word that we all have to resist hate and the Muslim travel ban or we are doomed to repeat one of the darkest chapters in US history.

Abby Ginzberg, Co-Director

“I’ve seen pretty much every film on the Japanese American incarceration experience in recent years, and this was definitely one of the most powerful and informative. Moreover, the film deftly related the Japanese American experience to today’s issues of civil liberties infringement, making it a must-see film for these difficult times.”

Kenji G. Taguma
President, Nichi Bei Foundation
Start Time: 16:00
Date: 2017-10-15

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