Film Documents Immigration Culture War
Draws Bay Area Organizations and Leaders
As the city is embroiled in a tense debate about its immigration policy, the documentary film 9500 Liberty comes to San Francisco to share one extraordinary chapter in the larger immigration debate with the Bay Area community. Please join us for the Bay Area premiere on October 29th at the Sundance Kabuki Theatre.
About the Event
A catered cocktail reception attended by VIPs and the filmmakers will be held at the theater to raise funds for the completion of the film, followed by the San Francisco premiere screening. Markos Moulitsas, Founder of Daily Kos, will introduce the film. Michael Yaki, Attorney for US Commission on Civil Rights, President of SF Board of Supervisors David Chiu, District 1 Supervisor Eric Mar, and District 9 Supervisor David Campos will join a discussion with the filmmakers.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
6pm-7pm Cocktail Reception with VIPs & the Filmmakers
7pm-9pm Screening followed by Q&A
Reception & Screening - $25
Screening only - $10
Friends of 9500 Liberty
Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA)
Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation
Asian Business League of SF
Equal Justice Society
Hammering the Issues
Kearny Street Workshop
If your organization is interested in participating, email us at .
The film 9500 Liberty is a produced by the Interactive Democracy Alliance, a non-profit organization (501c3 status pending). For more information about the film, please visit www.9500Liberty.com.