past events

3RD I NY Co-presents

Art, Activism & Law in the Age of Insecurity

A panel discussion on Muslim Civil Liberties after 9/11
Preceded by a screening of WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE?
Followed by a walk-through of the DISAPPEARED IN AMERICA installation

Saturday, April 9th, 2:30 PM
Queens Museum of Art
2nd Floor Auditorium
Refreshments will be served

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Public events at the Queens Museum of Art are free with museum admission. They are made possible through support from Independence Community Foundation, Ford Foundation, and The Institute for Museum & Library Services.

Directions to the Queens Museum of Art

Subway: Via # 7 Flushing IRT, exit Shea Stadium/Willets Point stop. Follow signs to the Museum, which is located next to the Unisphere. A ten-minute walk through the park to the museum.

Car: Via the Grand Central Parkway, exit at Shea Stadium and follow signs to the Museum. Free parking.

For further information, contact: Prerana Reddy Director of Public Events Queens Museum of Art 718-592-9700 x222


2:30 PM Screening of WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE? (27 mins) which sheds light on the effects of post 9-11 policies such as special registration, detention and deportation on three immigrant youth in New York City.
3:00 PM Panel Discussion & Q&A
4:30 PM Walk-through discussion of DISAPPEARED IN AMERICA installation


Maya Sen, Blue Triangle Network

Rachel Meeropol, attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights; editor of AMERICA'S DISAPPEARED

Aziz Huq, VISIBLE Collective; attorney at Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School on democracy and national security issues

Tariq Abdel-Muhti, son of Farouk Abdel-Muhti, Palestinian activist and WBAI reporter who died from heart attack from complications during his two-year detention.

Aimara Lin, activist, Not In Our Name; granddaughter of Japanese internees

Theresa Thanjan, director, WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE?

Moderator: Naeem Mohaiemen, Director, VISIBLE, a collective of Muslim and Other Artist-Activists

About 3rd I. 3rd I New York's monthly film and music salon designed by local filmmakers and experimental DJs showcases the works of independent filmmakers of South Asian descent and local djs, musicians and electronica artists. Providing alternative forums for South Asian filmmakers who often have few venues to showcase their work not only increases their visibility, but also provides a social forum for peers and audiences to participate in an ongoing discussion. More info...

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This event is made possible in part through public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities/New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.