Please join us at the Washington DC premiere of And Then They Came for Us
In collaboration with the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC)
Japanese American Incarceration to the Muslim Travel Ban: Legislative Fixes for These Dark Times.
Post screening discussion to include Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), who introduced H.R.4271, which would block implementation of President Trump's executive order blocking travel from majority Muslim countries and prohibit the use of any funds for Executive Order 13780; attorney Don Tamaki and filmmaker, Abby Ginzberg.
Date: February 13, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Venue: Capitol Visitor Center - Orientation Theater South
First St NE, Washington, DC 20515
Due to security all attendees must RSVP. Registered attendees will receive additional attendance information via email prior to the event.
Don’t miss the New York City premiere of
And Then They Came for Us
presented in partnership with the International Center of Photography
Tuesday, March 20th
Angelika Film Center
18 West Houston Street
New York City
Following the screening, there will be a discussion with filmmaker, Abby Ginzberg, Satsuki Ina, ICP assistant curator Susan Carlson, and photo historians and the authors of Un-American: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During WWII, Richard Cahan and Michael Williams.
Speakers at the Q and A will be Filmmakers, Abby Ginzberg and Ken Schneider, Satsuki Ina who is featured in the film and Don Tamaki, one of the members of the original Korematsu legal team.
Please join us at the LA Premiere of And Then They Came for Us
Capital & Main
ACLU of Southern California
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Council on American-Islamic Relations, Greater-Los Angeles Area
Equal Justice Society
Facing History and Ourselves
Fred T. Korematsu Institute
Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute
Japanese American Bar Association
Japanese American National Museum
Japanese American Citizens League
Jonathan Logan Family Foundation
Little Tokyo Historical Society
National Lawyers Guild--Los Angeles Chapter
Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress
Vigilant Love Coalition
Monday, Nov. 27th at 7 pm
Filmmakers, Abby Ginzberg and Ken Schneider will be joined by Ahilan Arulanantham, Legal Director of the Southern CA ACLU, Bruce Tsurutani, who is featured in the film and moderator, Marya Bangee for the post-screening discussion.
Film will be introduced by Simon Kilmurry, Executive Director of the International Documentary Association (IDA).
Downtown Independent Theater
251 S. Main Street, Los Angeles
Parking garage directly across the street from theater
AND THEN THEY CAME FOR US screening at
Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival!
November 11th at 1:10 PM
Institute of Contemporary Arts
118 S 36th St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
This event is free but tickets are required:
And Then They Came For Us, a community screening & conversation at East Bay Free Methodist Church, 5395 Potrero Avenue El Cerrito, CA 94530
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
Event is free but RSVPs requested:
2 FREE Screenings
In Piedmont: Wednesday, September 27
Ellen Driscoll Playhouse 325 Highland Avenue, Piedmont
6:30 pm Free reception | 7 – 8:30 pm screening followed by discussion
Don Tamaki is speaking at this screening.
More information: https://diversityfilmseries.wordpress.com/
Marines Memorial Theatre
DISCOUNT PROMO CODE: PEACEMAKER
Satsuki Ina, PhD who is in the film; Lauded Therapist, Educator, Speaker- "And Then They Came for Us" screening and Q&A
Law Professor David Yamada JD PhD Psychological Effects of Workplace Bullying and Human Dignity
Heidi Hardin, Fine Artist, Activist, Educator, Visionary Peace Project "Global Center for the Human Family"
Diana Canant, Conflict Resolution Specialist, Resilience Expert "Turning the Tide of Trauma"
Edith Eger, PhD speaker, Auschwitz Survivor, Eminent Psychologist Resilience and Forgiveness "The CHOICE"
And Then They Came screening at ABAS Law Foundation Speaker Series
September 23, 2017, 2:00 PM
Panel discussion after screening with Justice Cruz Reynoso, transgender activist and lawyer, Mia Frances Yamamoto, CAIR director, Basim Elkarra and filmmaker, Abby Ginzberg. Moderated by Sharon Ito.
Crest Theatre, 1013 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Doors open at 1pm
2:00-2:55 Screening- 3:00-3:55 Panel Discussion- 4:00-4:55 Social Action Networking
Admissions can be purchased in person at the Crest Theatre Box Office at 1013 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95814. Before the event, box office hours are limited; see www.crestsacramento.com.
For complete information go to: http://www.abaslawfoundation.org/then-they-came
Followed by a post-screening discussion with filmmakers, Abby Ginzberg and Ken Schneider, Satsuki Ina and Karen Korematsu, who are featured in the film and Fatima Hansia, Community Relations Coordinator at Islamic Center of Mill Valley.
Saturday, May 13th at 4:00 PM
CineArts at Sequoia Theater, 25 Throckmorton, Mill Valley