tad nakamura's pilgrimage at ucla

This is for all my people at UCLA... Don't miss the UCLA premiere of Tad Nakamura's Pilgrimage, a powerful short documentary about "how an abandoned World War II concentration camp has been transformed into a curent-day symbol and retrospection and solidarity in the aftermath of 9/11." It's a free screening on Monday, April 16th at The Cooperage (located on the A level of the Ackerman building), with a performance by hip hop group Native Guns. I've seen the film a couple of times now, and it's great—an insightful, entertaining and inspiring look at the activists of the 1960s who created a new consciousness about the internment experience. And if you can't make it out to UCLA on Monday night, the film is playing at VC Filmfest next month. For everyone else, I highly recommend seeking out this film.

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