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Join the Chicago Public Library Woodson Regional Library for a free screening of In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. For more information, call (312) 747-6921.
Join the Louisville Free Public Library Iroquois Branch for a screening of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs in partnership with Asia Institute Crane House, followed by discussion facilitated by Amber Duke of the ACLU of Kentucky. For more information, visit the Louisville Free Public Library website.
Join the Christopher Smith Rafael Film Center for a free screening and discussion of Return to Homs. The center will host a speaker (tbd) as well. For more information, visit the Christopher Smith Rafael Film Center website.
Join us for the Brooklyn premiere of Tough Love as part of BRIC FLIX, a free screening and conversation series at BRIC House. Following the screening there will be a discussion moderated by Jess Dannhauser (President and CEO of Graham Windham Foster Care Agency), with panelists Stephanie Wang-Breal (Director/Producer Tough Love), Lauren Shapiro (Director of Family Defense Practice, Brooklyn Defender Service), and Bevanjae Kelley (Parent Advocate at Jewish Child Care Association (JCCA), CWOP Board co-chair). The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited so please RSVP here.
Join the Oceanside Public Library for a free screening of Up Heartbreak Hill with facilitated community discussion to follow, as part of our monthly Civic Reflection Discussion.
Join Batesville Memorial Public Library for a sneak-preview screening of Web Junkie. For more information, visit www.ebatesville.com.
Join the Montebello Public Library for a free screening of Ella Es el Matador. This film tells of the history of bullfighting and the women who are trying to be a part of this “male only” club. For more information, call (323) 722-6551.
Join the North Arlington Public Library for a free screening and discussion of Brooklyn Castle. For more information, visit the North Arlington Public Library website.