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[Press] Film Screening: ‘Enforcing the Silence’

Tony Nguyen’s documentary “Enforcing the Silence” chronicles the life and violent death of a young community organizer. Lam Trong Duong was 23 when he founded The Vietnamese Youth Development Center in the Tenderloin district in 1978.

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[Press] Harsh Life Comes to Life on Video

Sokly Ny was a troubled Cambodian American teenager trying to survive in the projects and flunking out of high school when filmmaker Spencer Nakasako gave him a camcorder. “Shoot your senior year in high school,” Nakasako told Sokly.

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[Press] Terror in LIttle Saigon

The journalists were assassinated on American soil, one after another. Duong Trong Lam was the first. He was 27 years old and ran a Vietnamese-language publication called Cai Dinh Lang, which he mailed to immigrants around the country. A gunman found him as he walked out of his San Francisco apartment building one morning and shot him, a single bullet piercing his pulmonary artery, just above the heart.

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Stay Connected

Contact

166 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94102


Phone: 415-771-2600
Fax: 415-771-3917


info@seadcenter.org

Hours

10:00am to 6:00pm


Monday to Friday

Southeast Asian Development Center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Tax EIN: 94-2532304. 

© 2020 Southeast Asian Development Center. All Rights Reserved. Designed by KITS Creativ.

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