Screening & Panel Discussion of Breathin’: The Eddy Zheng Story

A documentary feature about Eddy Zheng, a Chinese immigrant who became the youngest prisoner at San Quentin State Prison and later one of the nation’s most recognized leaders on prison reform and youth violence prevention.

Please join us for a screening of a documentary feature about Eddy Zheng, a Chinese immigrant who became the youngest prisoner at San Quentin State Prison and later one of the nation's most recognized leaders on prison reform and youth violence prevention. Following the screening of Breathin': The Eddy Zheng Story, Eddy Zheng and the Director/Producer of the documentary, Ben Wang, will take questions and lead a discussion on the film, the country's criminal justice system, immigration, and more.

Trailer of
Breathin': https://vimeo.com/155465997

Cosponsored by UCLA School of Law's Criminal Defense Clinic, Criminal Justice Society, Critical Race Studies Program, David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, Prison Law and Policy Program, UCLA's Asian American Studies Program, and UCLA's Center for Global and Immigrant Health.


Dinner will be served.
RSVP
by 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 24.

Questions can be directed to Brenda Kim in the Office of Public In
terest Programs at kimb@law.ucla.edu.