Tulia, Texas video-

I would love for us to go watch this film. I met Vanita Gupta ,one of the lead attys in the case and the story is INSANE. I want to see this! ha!

Hands On Miami in partnership with Independent Lens, Florida International University’s Center for Leadership and Service, Channel 2 your local PBS station and Generation Engage are excited to present the Community Cinema series, showing on Friday, January 23, 2008 beginning at 7:00pm at Florida International University’s University Park campus in GC 140. Join us for free popcorn and screening of Tulia, Texas.

About the film: A lone undercover cop moves into a small farming town. By the end of the blazing summer of 1999, 46 people are arrested for selling cocaine–nearly all of them African American. It was heralded as one of the biggest drug busts in Texas history, until a team of lawyers set out to uncover the truth.Please note: you may sign yourself up to attend this event as you would sign up for a regular service project, or you may just show up to the event.
For more information about the Community Cinema please click here! or contact Judie Stork at judie@handsonmiami.org or 305-646-7462.


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