MAY IS ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH.
JOIN A SPECIAL FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION.
The Lies of Executive Order 9066
TOXIC POLITICS & FALSE NARRATIVES:
Join a virtual screening of a documentary that delves deeply into the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. While exposing the lies and vitriol that led to the racist treatment of thousands of U.S. citizens and nationals, the film goes on to examine parallels in today's society.
Q&A FOLLOWS SCREENING
Join a Question & Answer Session immediately afterwards, with the film's director, Jon Osaki.
How are groups being targeted today, and can anything be done to stop the government's powers from being abused and misappropriated?
HOW TO ATTEND
Pre-Registration Required. After your RSVP has been received, you'll be emailed instructions to attend.
ALL ARE WELCOME
The screening is free and open to Phoenix College Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff; as well as the Community.
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Student Life & Leadership
This event is brought to you by the Department of Student Life & Leadership.
The next time you're on campus, stop by the Bears' Den; it's a great place to study, grab a snack, and get to know your fellow students. Face masks are recommended inside campus buildings.