WHAT: St. Francis Day Screening and Panel Discussion
*Screening followed by discussion with Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, O.P., Professor, Ph.D. Biology and Bill Patenaude, M.A., Catholic Writer and Environmental Regulator, and Toua Kue, Hmong Refugee. Any questions about the event can directed to Kim Caron at 401-421-7833 x 219.
WHAT: Georgia Tech Screening
*Screening followed by discussion with Father Vien Nguyen. Event presented by the Asian American Student Association.
WHAT: University of Alabama Screening
*Director S. Leo Chiang will be in attendance for pre-screening discussion and screening of the film.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
WHAT: East New Orleans Regional Library Screening
WHAT: Tacoma City College Screening
*Screening followed by discussion with Director/Producer S. Leo Chiang.
SANTA CRUZ, CA
WHAT: FREE Screening at UC Santa Cruz
Screening followed by discussion with director/producer S. Leo Chiang. Event presented by the Asian American/ Pacific Islander Resource Center.
WHAT: Screening at the Sheldon Museum of Art
Screening followed by discussion. For more information, please contact Sharon L. Kennedy, Curator of Cultural and Civic Engagement at (402) 472-3541 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAN DIEGO, CA
WHAT: FREE Screening presented by San Diego Asian Film Foundation
Screening followed by discussion.
NEW YORK, NY
WHAT: FREE Screening at NYU
Screening followed by discussion with Director/Producer S. Leo Chiang. Event presented by The Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA
WHAT: Screening/Discussion at the 2011 ALA Annual Meeting presented by the Anthropology and Sociology Section
WHEN: Sunday, 6/26 @ 8am-12pm
WHERE: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Room 356-357
Screening followed by panel discussion about how the residents of the region responded to the disaster, but also the ways communities began to rebuild. Panel participants include: S. Leo Chiang; Rebecca Troy-Horton, head of the Government Information Department at the McNeese State University Library in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and Frederick Weil, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
Screening followed by a panel discussion comprised of local librarians and community organizers who are featured in the film. The panel discussion will focus on how library resources have helped the community after a crisis and the challenges for a community with the destruction of their local library.
WHAT: Versailles Village Bus Tour & Luncheon presented by the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association
WHEN: Friday, 6/24 @ 11:30am-4:30pm
WHERE: Pick up and drop off at W Hotel, 333 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 7013
The tour will be led by Minh Nguyen, the Executive Director of the Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association (VAYLA).
WHAT: National Conference on Volunteering & Service
Session 5140 @ 8:30am – Community Cinema and Service Learning Through Film: A Village Called Versailles, presented by ITVS
Leo will attend both sessions.
This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available. Co-sponsored by the Hmong Diaspora Studies Program, Multicultural Student Coalition, Diversity and Climate, and the Organization of Chinese Americans-WI Chapter. For more information, please contact Dr. Chia Youyee Vang at email@example.com or Phylicia Rios Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT: Global Social Change Film Fest 2011
We are one of eight finalists screening at the festival and institute for its inaugural year.
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