"Bring Them Home" Screens at the United States Capitol Building
Presented by ACLU & LULAC in support of The Veteran Service Recognition Act
Washington DC, Capitol Hill
We’re thrilled to extend an invitation to you for an upcoming virtual film screening event on November 12th beginning at 9 AM PST, followed by a live panel Q&A, hosted by the Veterans Club and in partnership with our allies Repatriate Our Patriots and Parade Deck. This is your chance to be part of an ongoing dialogue and watch our film screening to continue to spotlight the stories of US deported veterans.
Join us for this free event, but please know that your contributions help keep the heartbeat of our cause strong!
Secure your seat in this important conversation:
SCREEN THE FILM
"Bring Them Home" is now available for screenings in diverse settings, from educational institutions and non-profit organizations to corporate events and community forums. This concise documentary film examines the intersection of military service and immigration, offering a poignant discussion starter for coursework, panel discussions, or community engagement. Contact us today.
Total running time is 30minutes.
Join the movement by showing our exclusive "Thou Shall Not Deport Veterans" Merchandise.
Sure to be a conversational starter.
ABOUT THE FILM
The only way a deported veteran can come back to the US is in a body bag.
Hector Barajas wants them alive.
After producing the music video for their song "Excuse My Accent," artists Robert "Rob Young" Walker and Andrei "Drei Ros" Rosca met Hector Barajas; a deported American military veteran. Upon hearing his story, they embark on a journey to shed light on the issue.
& Rike Boomgaarden
Robert "RobYoung" Walker
Robert "Rob Young" Walker
Andrei “Drei Ros” Rosca