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CAMBODIAN SON at at UW Law: A full menu of events!

Lunch talk with Director Masahiro Sugano
Monday, April 21, 2014 at 12:30 PM in Room 127
Sponsored by the Law School,the Gates Public Service Law Program, and the Asian Law Center.
Bahn Mi and other food provided :)
Director Masahiro Sugano will talk about the making of Cambodian Son, answer questions about the film, and preview it for that evening's screening.

Screening of Cambodian Son
Monday, April 21, 2014. Doors at 7:30, screening at 8:00 PM
Room 138
"Cambodian Son" is a film chronicling the life of spoken word poet Kosal Khiev, who was born in a Thai refugee camp, came to U.S. as a child, was arrested at 16 for gang violence. He spent over a decade in California prisons before being deported to Cambodia and barred from re-entering the US. The documentary touches on the intersection of multiple social justice issues including refugee rights, immigration, juvenile justice, and the redemptive power of the arts

Come see this beautiful impactful film. It's going to be awesome. Find the extended trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45rDseYkEfs

Debrief: Immigration Issues inherent in Cambodian Son + the Story of Cambodian Exilees
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 12:30 PM in Room 133
Guests: Many Uch and Dori Cahn
Lunch will be provided!
Join us to talk with guests Many Uch and Dori Cahn about the legal issues inherent in Camobian Son. Many faced a similar deportation scenario as Kosal Khiev, the subject of Cambodain Son. Dori is an advocate on these immigration issues, and has been in touch with Camobdian returnees/ exilees who were deported due to a change in immigration policy. We'll discuss whether the immigration system as it currently exists is fair, what it means to be facing exile to a home you don't know, and the issues around secondarily punishing persons who have already served their criminal sentence with deporation.
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Kendra Millerksm42@uw.edu
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Andrew Morgan (2) ajmorgan@uw.edu
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Rachel Ryonryonr@uw.edu
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Thomas Millerthomasmm@uw.edu
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Lindsay Donahueldonahue@uw.edu
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Katherine Chungchungkat@uw.edu
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Sarah ChaplinSchaplin@uw.edu
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Lauren Connerlnconner@uw.edu
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Daniel O'Briendobrien3@uw.edu
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Manmeet Dhami (2)mdhami@uw.edu
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Maria hoisingtonMhoising@uw.edu
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Laras Susantilarass@uw.edu
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Claire Sullivances204@uw.edu
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Peter Cooperpwcooper@uw.edu
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Shizuko Hashimoto (2)shizuko@uw.edu
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Maureen Johnstonmo.johnston@gmail.com
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Anna-Rita Wong (2)annarita@uw.edu
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Alex Kongkong08@uw.edu
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Su I Anmilkyamy@gmail.com
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Tanya Karwaki
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Alexandra Revelas (+2)atrcwh@gmail.com
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Steven Swensonswensos@uw.edu
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Dean Hotchkisshotchma@uw.edu
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Mariah Ferrazmferraz@uw.edu
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Liz AllenAllenet@uw.edu
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Ty CramerTycramer@romein.com
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JWjw393@hotmail.ca
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Harley Hunnerhunner@uw.edu
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Michael Friedrichsfriedm4@uw.edu
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Bridget Coopercooperbj@uw.edu
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Lisa Paulisawpau@uw.edu
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Bill Knowlesknowles.william53@gmail.com
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