'Race 2012' Screening in Sacramento, CA - Thursday, January 17, 2013

Please join the Leadership California Institute and filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez on January 17, 2013 for a discussion on race and politics featuring a screening of PBS Special RACE 2012. The event will take place at the Crest Theatre, Sacramento from 11:30am – 2pm and will include lunch, a screening of RACE 2012 and political and social analysis from a panel of nationally recognized experts on race and politics. Send your RSVPs to Nicki Arnold, nicki@grassrootslab.com or call (916)529-4722.

About RACE 2012

RACE 2012 is a conversation about race and politics that documents the changing face of America, and how that change will affect the country’s political future. Fast-moving and non-partisan, RACE 2012 draws insights on racial political history from analysts, strategists and activists on both sides of the aisle, including author/legal scholar Randall Kennedy, author Rich Benjamin, scholar/pollster Matt Barreto, former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, journalist Ronald Brownstein, professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and many others.

About filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez
Filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez has produced documentaries such as LATINOS ’08, winner of the 2009 CINE Golden Eagle award and BROWN IS THE NEW GREEN: GEORGE LOPEZ AND THE AMERICAN DREAM, winner of the 2008 Imagen Award for Best TV. Rodriguez is currently working on RUBEN SALAZAR: MAN IN THE MIDDLE, a one-hour PBS special that examines the life and mysterious death of Ruben Salazar, a prominent 20th-century Mexican American journalist.
Unable to attend? Watch RACE 2012 online at PBS today

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