A Dream in Doubt
One of America’s first post 9/11 hate crime murders punctuated a growing wave of violence in retaliation for the terror attacks. Told from the perspective of the victim’s brother, A DREAM IN DOUBT travels to Mesa, Arizona to reveal a story of national tragedy, murder, community and the American dream. OAKLAND Screening Tuesday 4/1, 6:30 PM Oakland Museum of California, James Moore Theatre 1000 Oak at 10th Street. One block from Lake Merritt BART Free parking in museum garage, entrance on Oak Street.
* Dr. JP Singh, Founding Member of The Sikh Center of The San Francisco Bay Area,
* Jaideep Singh, Managing Director of The Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund
* Preetmohan Singh, Co-Producer “A DREAM IN DOUBT”
San Francisco Screening:
Wednesday 4/9, 6:00 PM
San Francisco Main Public Library, Koret Auditorium 100 Larkin Street Civic Center BART, exit at Grove and Hyde Street
Panel Featuring: Mandeep Dhillon, Development Director “A DREAM IN DOUBT,” Harpreet Sandhu, City of Richmond City Council Member and Basant Sanghera, Sikh Students Association of UC Berkeley
Both screenings are free and open to the public
Presented By: Center For Asian American Media, The Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Colorlines Magazine, The South Asian American Film and Arts Association, The Sikh Student Association of UC Berkeley, The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Interfaith Alliance and Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Series Sponsors: ITVS Comunity Cinema, KQED Education Network, The Oakland Museum of California, The Oakland Film Office, The San Francisco Public Library, Hands On Bay Area, Access SF and Bay Area Video Coalition.
For more information visit www.pbs.org/independentlens/dreamindoubt