Ollin: Social Justice Film Series Pan’S Labyrinth

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Ollin: Social Justice in Film

1/23 Film: Pan’s Labyrinth (Spanish w/ English subtitles)
Elected Official: Commissioner Nick Fish
Joined by Maria Elena Campisteguy, Latino Network Board
Chair and Principal at Metropolitan Group.

All movies start at 7:30 pm.

General Admission - $9
Student, Senior, Children - $7

Inspired by last year’s political events, it is clear now, more than ever before, we need to unite, align our beliefs and move forward together. As the election unfolded, we were inundated by questions from Latino families and youth we serve at Latino Network about their fate and safety. We responded with community forums that brought lawyers, activists and lawmakers together to answer questions and provide guidance. We were also inundated with requests from the community at-large wanting to know how to help and make a meaningful impact to Latino Network’s youth and families. A few meaningful conversations with staff and a little love from the Hollywood Theatre and a social justice film series was born!

Ollin: Social Justice Film Series explores social justice themes that affect us today. Local advocates and elected officials respond at the end of each film to inspire and guide us on how to move forward together. Proceeds from this film series go to support Latino Network’s advocacy efforts. At the lobby before each film, Latino Network will table with opportunities for people to volunteer, donate and/or learn how to involve yourself to make a collective impact for the success of our Latino youth and families.

Other films in the series:

3/13 Film: Salt of the Earth (English)
Elected Official: Representative Diego Hernandez, District 47

4/13 El Norte (Spanish w/ English subtitles)
Former Elected Official: Serena Cruz, Former Multnomah
County Commissioner, current Executive Director Virginia
Garcia Memorial Foundation

Latino Network’s mission is to positively transform the lives of Latino youth, families, and communities. Our vision is a day when Latino communities are thriving, engaged, and influential. We serve more than 3,500 youth and families in Portland metro area with education, civic leadership, and family stability programs.
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By: Latino Network