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DIRTY WARS: SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Wed June 12, 6:25 pm - IFC Center, 323 Sixth Ave at W Third St

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The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office presented a free screening of Dirty Wars at the IFC Center, followed by a panel discussion with Amy Goodman and Anthony Arnove, Dirty Wars co-producer, moderated by RLS–NYC Co-director Albert Scharenberg.

Dirty Wars, which won the Sundance Cinematography award for the Documentary category, follows investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill as he uncovers the devastating on-the-ground impacts of the American War on Terror in Yemen, Somalia, and Afghanistan. Through Scahill’s journey we meet the survivors of covert night raids and drone strikes as well as those in command to confront questions of accountability, transparency, and morality in modern warfare.

**RSVP Required. Due to popular demand please arrive by 6:05 pm to guarantee your seat**

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED BUT THERE WILL BE A STANDBY LINE TOMORROW AT THE EVENT LOCATION.

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