"Sa-I-Gu" A Screening and Discussion with co-director Dai Sil Kim-Gibson
- Tsai Auditorium (S010), CGIS South Building
- 1730 Cambridge Street
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- United States
The acclaimed documentary film Sa-I-Gu provided a unique look at the 1992 uprising known as the Los Angeles riots by examining the event and its aftermath from the perspectives of Korean American women. Dai Sil Kim-Gibson is the award-winning filmmaker of Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women and Wet Sand: Voices from LA. This screening and discussion is part of the two-day symposium, "The LA Riots: Twenty Years Later."
The Provost Fund for Interfaculty Collaboration
The Korea Institute
The Department of African and African American Studies
The Department of Anthropology
The Committee on Ethnic Studies
The W.E.B. Du Bois Institute
The Hiphop Archive
Supported by the Academy of Korean Studies (Korea) Overseas Leading University Program for Korean Studies Grant at the Korea Institute, Harvard University from LA. This screening and discussion is part of the two-day symposium, "The LA Riots: Twenty Years Later."