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Marianne: One Immigrant's Story

When: Sat., April 28, 1-3 p.m. 2018
Phone: 707.443.1947
Email: dana@clarkemuseum.org
Price: Free
www.clarkemuseum.org/marianne-film-screening.html
Local filmmakers Joy Hardin and Amy Uyeki share the immigrant story of Marianne Pennekamp, a long time Humboldt County resident and child and family rights advocate. Marianne's journey with her family, escaping from Hitler's Germany to Vichy, France and on to America, mirrors many immigrants' stories and is especially relevant today. The short film, 38 minutes, uses original interviews, archival photos from Pennekamp's past, and Amy Uyeki's animations. Musical scoring by Holly Mead. The film will be followed by a panel discussion. This is a free event.

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