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Renee Tajima-Peña and Helen Zia Talk
Can't make it to the screening of Who Killed Vincent Chin? Catch the LIVESTREAM of our conversation with director Renee Tajima-Peña and author/activist Helen Zia, moderated by Prof. Takeo Rivera.
Join the Livestream TODAY, March 8 at approximately
4:45 pm EST/1:45 pm PST.

In the Boston area and want to join in person?  The screenings starts at 3pm, Use code 'JUSTICE" at the box office for a FREE ticket!
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A Conversation with
Renee Tajima-Peña and Helen Zia 



Sunday, March 8 at 4:45 p.m. 

Join us in watching a special conversation with Co-Director Renee Tajima-Peña (UCLA) and Activist/Author Helen Zia discussing Vincent Chin, the LA Uprising, movement building, and doc films; moderated by Prof. Takeo Rivera (BU).

The Livestream takes place following a Boston screening of Who Killed Vincent Chin? and an excerpt of Asian Americans (coming to PBS this May). The event is hosted by ArtsEmerson, Boston Asian American Film Festival/AARW and sponsored by World Channel.

**Please note the start time is approximate**

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Professor Renee Tajima-Peña (UCLA) is an Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker whose credits are Who Killed Vincent Chin?, My America…or Honk if You Love Buddha, Calavera Highway, Skate Manzanar, Labor Women, No Más Bebés and other films about themes of immigration, race, ethnicity, gender and social justice. Tajima-Peña is the series producer/showrunner of Asian Americans, an unprecedented 5-hour series on the Asian American experience that airs on PBS in May 2020.
Helen Zia is an activist, author and former journalist. Author of Last Boat out of Shanghai, My Country Versus Me, Asian American Dreams. She was Executive Editor of Ms. Magazine and a founding board co-chair of the Women’s Media Center. She has been active in many non-profit organizations, including Equality NowAAJA, and KQED
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