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Title: The OSHER Marin JCC and Domestic Center for Peace present, Crime after Crime
START DATE: Tuesday April 29
TIME: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location Details:
The OSHER Marin JCC
200 N. San Pedro Rd.
San Rafael, CA 94903
Event Type: Screening
Contact NameMarla Hedlund
Email Addressrsvp [at] c4dp.org
Phone Number415-526-2543
Addresshttp://www.centerfordomesticpeace.org
Center for Domestic Peace & The Osher Marin JCC present
A Free Screening of the Award-Winning Documentary Film
CRIME AFTER CRIME
Tuesday April 29, 2014 @ 7pm

The Osher Marin JCC and Center for Domestic Peace are proud to present the winner of the San Francisco International Film Festival Audience Choice Award and The Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, documentary film, Crime After Crime, Free to the community Tue, April 29 @ 7PM at the Osher Marin JCC.

Selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2011, this film follows the dramatic legal battle to free Debbie Peagler, a woman imprisoned for over a quarter century due to her connection to the murder of the man who abused her.
The screening will be followed by a conversation and Q&A with special guests; featured attorney Joshua Safran and director Yoav Potash.

“HARROWING, MOVING AND INSPIRING…” -The Washington Post

WHAT: Free Screening of “CRIME AFTER CRIME” followed by Q&A
WHEN: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 7:00- 8:30PM. Doors open at 6:15PM.
WHERE: The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N San Pedro Rd, San Rafael
TICKETS/REGISTRATION: This is a FREE EVENT. Must Register in advance to assure
seating. Email names to rsvp [at] c4dp.org or call 415.457.2464.

MORE: Joshua Safran, featured in the film, has become a tireless advocate for victims of domestic violence and will join in a conversation with the director, Yoav Potash directly following the showing. Joshua will also be the keynote speaker for Center for Domestic Peace’s annual luncheon on May 9th. Domestic violence continues to be the most frequent violence crime in Marin County, with over 4,500 individuals seeking assistance in Marin last year.

MEDIA CONTACT: Marla Hedlund, Center for Domestic Peace (415) 526-2543.
Center for Domestic Peace, home of Marin Abused Women’s Services mobilizes individuals and communities to transform our world so domestic violence no longer exists, creating greater safety, justice and equality. Home of Marin Abused Women’s Services, Center for Domestic Peace has a comprehensive range of support services including: emergency shelter, short- and long-term transitional housing, advocacy, legal referrals, and programs that offer individuals concrete ways to end their violence. http://www.centerfordomesticpeace.org
The mission of the Osher Marin JCC is to celebrate, strengthen and sustain Jewish life and culture, to build cross-cultural understanding, and to enrich the lives of those in the community at large. http://www.marinjcc.org




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§Crime After Crime
by Osher Marin JCC ( info [at] marinjcc.org ) Thursday Mar 13th, 2014 1:52 AM
Osher Marin JCC
200 N. San Pedro Road
San Rafael, CA 94903

http://www.marinjcc.org

Center for Domestic Peace & The Osher Marin JCC present
A Free Screening of the Award-Winning Documentary Film
CRIME AFTER CRIME
Tuesday April 29, 2014 @ 7pm

The Osher Marin JCC and Center for Domestic Peace are proud to present the winner of the San Francisco International Film Festival Audience Choice Award and The Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, documentary film, Crime After Crime, Free to the community Tue, April 29 @ 7PM at the Osher Marin JCC.

Selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2011, this film follows the dramatic legal battle to free Debbie Peagler, a woman imprisoned for over a quarter century due to her connection to the murder of the man who abused her.

The screening will be followed by conversation and Q&A with special guests; featured attorney Joshua Safran and director Yoav Potash.

"HARROWING, MOVING AND INSPIRING..." -The Washington Post

Joshua Safran, featured in the film, has become a tireless advocate for victims of domestic violence and will join in a conversation with the director, Yoav Potash directly following the showing. Joshua will also be the keynote speaker for Center for Domestic Peace's annual luncheon on May 9th. Domestic violence continues to be the most frequent violence crime in Marin County, with over 4,500 individuals seeking assistance in Marin last year.