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REMINDER: Free Film Screening at NYU on Monday

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    Hello - if you are in the New York City area, please join us for a free film screening at NYU. Event details are included below. If you are on Facebook, you
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      Hello - if you are in the New York City area, please join us for
      a free film screening at NYU. Event details are included below.
      If you are on Facebook, you can also add Loving Day as your friend
      (search for facebook@...) to see the event page.

      Join BAMSA, MuLSA and Loving Day for a screening of:

      "Our Pride: The Spirits of Black Japanese in Georgia"

      LOTS OF Food and refreshments will be provided!

      Monday, April 16, 2007
      7:00-9:00 pm
      NYU Kimmel Center, room 406
      60 Washington Square South
      New York, NY 10012

      Yohei Suzuki's film deals with the experiences of individuals of
      both Japanese and African American descent living in Georgia.

      There will be a screening of the film followed by a
      discussion and Q&A led by Loving Day's Ken Tanabe.

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      BAMSA, the Biracial And Multicultural Student Association,
      is a student organization at NYU that was created out of
      a need for students of Mixed-Race to have a place where
      they can get together, discuss issues that pertain
      to people of Mixed-Race, and form a community

      MuLSA, the Multiracial Law Students Association,
      is a student organization that seeks to provide
      a forum to address the unique issues
      confronting Multiracial students as
      they prepare to join the legal profession

      The Loving Day project celebrates the anniversary
      of Loving v. Virginia, the case that legalized
      interracial marriage in the United States.
      Its website is www.lovingday.org
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