[Non-UCLA Event] Community Screening & Discussion: K-Town '92

[Non-UCLA Event] Community Screening & Discussion: K-Town

K-Town'92 Flyer; cropped.

Attend a screening of K-TOWN '92 Reporters and hear from an elite groups of panelists reflecting on who got to tell the story of the 1992 uprising, and what that means for journalism today.


Thursday, May 11, 2017
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Japanese American National Museum
111 N. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, 90012

From Peabody award-winning filmmaker Grace Lee, K-TOWN’92 is an interactive documentary for the web that explores the 1992 Los Angeles Riots through the lens of greater Koreatown. With a mix of archival news footage, all new interviews, and other media, K-TOWN’92 will invite users to create their own unique documentary experience and to hear poignant stories that were overlooked by the media coverage of the day.

FEATURING:
-Peabody Award-winning Filmmaker Grace Lee
-Special Introduction by Angela Oh
-Panel with NPR's Oliver Wang, LA Times' Veronica Kim, and veteran journalist John Lee

 

7:00 PM: Doors Open & Light Reception

7:30 PM: Program Begins

RSVP REQUIRED HERE


Cost : Free and open to the public


Sponsor(s): , Japanese American National Museum, Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles, PBS SOCAL, WORLD