Presented by Detroit Public TV followed by a panel discussion w noted community members and scholars
Arab American StoriesSan Francisco Public Library (100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA) Map it Free
Join us for a screening and discussion of Arab American Stories. This film series, presented by Detroit Public Television, explores the diversity of the Arab American experience. The films, narrated by NPR's Neda Ulaby, present real stories of Arab Americans and how they are making a difference in their communities, their families and the world at large. We will show one film from the series and follow with a panel discussion with: Soraya Hosni, Executive Director of the Arab Cultural and Community Center; Lara Kiswani, Executive Director of the Arab Resource and Organizing Center; Dr. Hatem Bazian, Academic Affairs Chair at Zaytuna College and Senior Lecturer at UC Berkeley; and moderated by Serge Bakalian, San Francisco-based filmmaker and the Executive Director of the Arab Film Festival.
The event is co-sponsored by KQED, the Arab Cultural and Community Center and the Arab Film Festival. Funded by Detroit Public Television.
Presented by San Francisco Public Library