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Juan González Speaks at "Harvest of Empire" Film Screening at U.S. Capitol

Washington, DC

April 29, 2014 | Tuesday | 5:30 pm

U.S. Capitol Visitor Center House Meeting Rooms, HVC 201

U.S. Capitol Building,
East Entrance,
Washington, DC ( see map )
Join us for a special screening of the documentary, "Harvest of Empire: The Untold History of Latinos in America," based on the landmark book by journalist and Democracy Now co-host Juan González. The film takes an unflinching look at the role that U.S. military actions and economic interests played in triggering unprecedented waves of migration from Latin America.

Writer Juan González, co-director Eduardo López and La Opinión Washington correspondent María Peña will appear in person for a Q&A after the screening!

Reception: 5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Screening: 6:45 pm–8:15 pm
Q&A: 8:15 pm–9:00 pm

RSVP Required: Get tickets

Juan González

Juan González has been a professional journalist for more than 30 years and a staff columnist at the New York Daily News since 1987. He is a two-time recipient of the George Polk Award for commentary (1998 and 2010), and the first reporter in New York City to consistently expose the health effects arising from the September 11, 2001 attacks and...