Baltimore Premiere of Acclaimed “Two Americans”

Film Director will speak at event, cosponsored by ACLU of Maryland, American Constitution Society on July 11. It is a documentary at the Creative Alliance.


BALTIMORE – On Thursday, July 11, the ACLU of Maryland, Maryland Lawyers Chapter of the American Constitution Society, and the Creative Alliance will present the Baltimore Premiere of the acclaimed documentary, “Two Americans”, which highlights the story of 9-year-old Katherine Figueroa, who fights to save her parents from deportation, and with a community group, confronts the actions of Joe Arpaio, “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” whose policies have been found unconstitutional. A panel discussion will follow.

This special screening is timely, as on July 17, an immigration judge will decide whether the family depicted in Two Americans gets to stay together or whether the parents will be deported.


WHAT:            Baltimore Premiere of “Two Americans,” an acclaimed documentary film by Daniel Devivo and Valeria Fernandez.


WHO:            Daniel Devivo, “Two Americans” film director; Sirine Shebaya, attorney directing the ACLU of Maryland immigrants’ rights advocacy; and Elizabeth Alex,  Central Maryland Lead Organizer, CASA de Maryland.


WHEN:            Thursday, July 11 at 7 PM


WHERE:            The Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave Baltimore, MD 21224.


TICKETS:            $12 general admission, $7 for Creative Alliance members. On sale at the door and online.


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