In solidarity with the Cambodian and Vietnamese refugees who are the target of recent deportation efforts, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis invite you to see the documentary, Daze of Justice, that follows a group of Cambodian American women who returned to Cambodia to testify in the historic trial against the Khmer Rouge.
Rocklin-based Filmmaker, Michael Siv––who barely escaped the infamous “killing fields” of 1970s Cambodia–– will talk about the project. He will be joined by Chen Kong-Wick, whose brother Rottanak was arrested by ICE in Davis in October and released in January.
Yolo County Supervisor, Don Saylor–– an author of the Yolo County’s Safe and Welcoming Resolution––will facilitate a discussion after the film.
Friday, March 30, 7-9 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis, 27074 Patwin Road, Davis
The UUCD Social Justice Coordinating Committee and Immigration Justice Team invite the community to join us in this free event to build awareness, healing and community around sanctuary.
For more information, contact: Stefan Harvey at email@example.com