ASSEMBLY HALL (ENTER by way of 239 Thompson Street)
Presented by Unbound Philanthropy + The Tate Group
Curated by Brian Tate
A program of What Will Be Different?: Conversations on a Changing America
DAY 1: What Will Be Different for Iranian Americans?
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has approved partial implementation of the travel ban, and the evolving policy is the subject of fierce litigation and debate, what are the consequences for those Americans who are among its targets? What does it mean to be American when your ethnic identity has been co-branded with terrorism?
On Day 1, join us at Judson Memorial Church for a discussion with Samira Abbassy, Artist + Setare Arashloo, Artist + Monna Sabouri, Actor/Writer + Negin Moss Sharifzadeh, Visual Artist/Filmmaker, moderated by Kiana Karimii, Activist/Co-Editor, "Zannegaar: Iranian Journal of Women’s Studies," to explore what the travel ban - and the narratives at its core - mean for the targeted communities and for all of us.