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I'd rather lose an eye fighting against injustice than live as a quiet slave." - those were the words of the late Michael Zinzun, a Pasadena, CA resident who spent his life raising awareness on issues of police brutality. Believing that police brutality was a stimulus for social unrest, decades ago, Zinzun successfully got the attention of elected officials and by the 1990s was a familiar guest on local television news and debate programs. 

Long before the Black Lives Matter movement, Michael Zinzun was anti-racist activist and he paid the price. Zinzun: A Revolutionary Activist is a documentary that tells his story.

On Sunday, May 1, 2022 LitFest Pasadena, LA Progressive, Boston Court Pasadena & Pasadena Afirican Ameriican Film Foundation will be presenting a film screening of: 

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Zinzun: A Revolutionary Activist

Sunday, May 1, 2021– Doors 530p Film at 6p

Boston Court Pasadena

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70 North Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91106

Presented by LitFest Pasadena, LA Progressive, Boston Court Pasadena & Pasadena Afirican Ameriican Film Foundation

Talkback with Filmmakers and Panel, immediately following film.

Limited Tickets Available NOW. Don’t wait, previous screening SOLDOUT

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***COVID PROTOCLS Venue requires all attendees to be fully vaccinated and boosted. Please bring proof of vaccination and a form of ID with your name listed on it, they will be checked at the door. If you have a medical or religious vaccine exemption, you must provide proof of a negative PCR COVID test taken within the prior 48 hours. We require all attendees to be masked the entire time they are in our space. We recommend masking with a CDC approved KN-95, N95, KF94 mask

No food or drink is allowed to be consumed indoors. Please stay home if you feel at all sick!

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