Third Symposium on Asians in the Americas
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ

The Community Church of New York
28 E. 35th Street
New York, NY 10016

June 14, 2013

The Jerusalem Fund
2425 Virginia Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20037

March 23, 2013

San Jose Peace and Justice Center
(between Santa Clara and San Fernando)
48 South 7th Street
San Jose, CA

2012 has been a breakthrough year for Enemy Alien as well as for Life or Liberty's next project, the Tule Lake Documentary.

Director Konrad Aderer on WNYC program Asia Pacific Forum

Monday, June 27, 2011 (All day)

Asia Pacific Forum
9:00PM EST

ENEMY ALIEN director Konrad Aderer will be interviewed on Asia Pacific Forum about the film and its July 5 screening at Anthology Film Archives. His segment will be the third segment on the program, airing sometime after 9:30.

Outline of program:

Asia Pacific Forum
9PM EST, Monday, June 27, 2011

Live on WBAI 99.5 FM, New York City
Podcasting at Asia Pacific Forum

Ethnic minorities in Burma resist dam construction
While the Burmese government touts hydro-power as a source of economic development, human rights activists say that new dam projects have resulted in massive displacement, fueled political unrest, and ravaged sensitive river ecosystems. Joining APF Monday to talk about this underreported crisis are two activists based in Thailand, SAI SAI of the Burma Rivers Network, and PAI DEETES of International Rivers.

"Micro-work": a new trend in international development?
A new generation of so-called social entrepreneurs is trying to harness technology to alleviate poverty, combining nonprofit work with the power of corporate investors. One such venture is Samasource, a Bay Area based organization that connects private companies with skilled workers in developing countries to do basic computer services and data processing jobs. So is this model, known as “microwork” the future of international development? APF will discuss these new trends in social enterprise with CLAIRE HUNSAKER, head of client services and Samasource, and A. ANEESH, a professor of sociology and global studies at the University of Wisconsin.

From Japanese internment to post-911 detention
Enemy Alien, a new documentary, tells the story of the dramatic two-year struggle to free Palestinian activist and WBAI assistant producer Farouk Abdel-Muhti, detained in a post-9/11 roundup of Muslim immigrants. Japanese American filmmaker KONRAD ADERER documents his own personal journey as he becomes active in Abdel-Muhti's campaign and learns more about his own family's experience with internment during World War II. Join APF on Monday as we talk to Aderer about his film.