San Diego film fans! As part of Pacific Arts Movement's 7th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival Spring Showcase, you are invited to Right to Resist: From 9066 to 2017, a series of documentaries and short films highlighting those who spoke up against Executive Order 9066 and those who spoke up against the post-9/11 treatment of Muslim Americans, as well as those of South Asian and Middle Eastern descent today.
Right to Resist will screen Sunday, April 23 at Ultra Star Mission Valley Cinemas-Hazard Center. Admission is free for ages 17 and under. Here are some more details about the program:
Special Presentation: Right to Resist: From 9066 to 2017 (SDAFF Spring 2017)
Dates: Sunday, April 23
Location: UltraStar Mission Valley
Join Pacific Arts Movement for a special presentation at this year's 7th Annual SDAFF Spring Showcase titled RIGHT TO RESIST: FROM 9066 TO 2017.
RIGHT TO RESIST chronicles resistance, from Fred Korematsu's acts of disobedience to contemporary outrage against the post-9/11 treatment of Muslim Americans and those of South Asian and Middle Eastern descent.
The series of documentaries and short films will screen on Sunday, April 23 at Ultra Star Mission Valley Cinemas-Hazard Center. Admission is free for ages 17 and under.
CATS OF MIRIKITANI
OF CIVIL WRONGS AND RIGHTS: THE FRED KOREMATSU STORY
RESISTANCE AT TULE LAKE
LETTERS FROM CAMP
For the schedule, ticket information, and further details about all the films in Right to Resist, as well as the full slate of Spring Showcase programming, visit Pacific Arts Movement's website.