Multicultural Film Screening and Panel: At Home While Away - Event Details
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Multicultural Film Screening and Panel: At Home While Away
Location: UH Hilo Campus, Room: UCB 100
In celebration of Multicultural Night on Saturday, April 18, 2015, the Pacific Islander Student Center is sponsoring a free film screening of the newly released documentary called "At Home While Away" about eight Micronesians in the United States including two on the Big Island. The filmmaker, Nathan Fitch, will be on hand to introduce the film and be part of a panel afterwards. Bring your family and friends to the film screening and then proceed afterwards to Multicultural Night events for multicultural dances and free food at Campus Center Plaza. For more information and registration: www.pacificstudents.org/movie-night-panel-discussion/
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