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AALDEF Young Professional Committee & Cardozo APALSA Presents: LINSANITY Screening & Filmmaker Q&A
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When: 3/4/2014
6:00 to 8:00pm
Where: Cardozo School of Law, Moot Court Room
55 Fifth Avenue (at 12th Street)
New York, New York 
United States

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AALDEF Young Professionals Committee & Cardozo APALSA

LINSANITY Screening & Filmmaker Q&A

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
6:00 - 8:30 PM
Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Avenue (@12th St., Moot Court Room), NYC
$10 tickets
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RSVP required by 3pm March 4th for all non-Cardozo students.

Following the panel, please join us for a post-screening party!
Happy hour specials all night.
Le Midi Bar & Restaurant
11 East 13th St.(btwn 5th Ave. & University Pl.)

AALDEF YPC and Cardozo APALSA present: "The documentary that began filming long before Linsanity became a pop culture reference. American's favorite unlikely sports hero." Please join us for an AALDEF 40th Anniversary presentation of the award-winning film LINSANITY followed by a special panel discussion with director Evan Jackson Leong and AALDEF Staff Attorney Thomas Mariadason. Donations to benefit AALDEF's Educational Equity Program. Post-screening party with happy hour specials at Le Midi Bar & Restaurant, 11 East 13th Street (btw 5th Ave. and University Place). Can't make it? You can still support AALDEF by clicking here to make a donation!

"Director Evan Jackson Leong embarked on this documentary before Jeremy Lin was a household name, following the future star as he struggled to find his place in a league where Asian American players are few and far between. More than just a film for basketball addicts, Linsanity serves as an insightful study of the way we perceive race in America and shows what is possible if someone believes in himself." - Sundance

The Young Professionals Committee is dedicated to fostering the next generation of AALDEF supporters. Through social and networking events and other programming, the Young Professionals Committee aims to raise awareness aboutAALDEF's wide range of efforts on behalf of the Asian American community.