In Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust, director Ann Kaneko braids together the memories of women across generations: Native Americans, Japanese American WWII incarcerees, and environmentalists who each share a common journey to defend their land and water. The film unveils the story of the Manzanar concentration camp in California, which is intertwined with histories of dispossession experienced within the Nüümü (Paiute) and News (Shoshone) lands called Payahüünadü, or "the place where the water always flows." This free screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A session with Kaneko and other collaborators.
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