Jackson, Tennessee (February 1, 2022) – In cooperation with C.A.R.E. Projects, Lane Victory Merchant Marine Center, and Lane College, a special screening of feature documentary film Forgotten Victory, directed by Christopher
Jackson, Tennessee (February 1, 2022) – In cooperation with C.A.R.E. Projects, Lane Victory Merchant Marine Center, and Lane College, a special screening of feature documentary film Forgotten Victory, directed by Christopher HK Lee, an award-winning director, will be held at Lane College, Chambers-McClure Academic Center Auditorium (545 Lane Ave, Jackson, TN 38301) at 6PM on Monday, February 21, 2022. Film director, Christopher HK Lee, from Los Angeles will join the screening and there will be Q&A session after the screening.
“Lane Victory was named after Lane College. Bishop Isaac Lane established the Christian Methodist High School in 1882, which would later become the Lane College. This documentary film is important not only for the Korean community but also for the African American community because the ship embodies the sacrifices made by African Americans as well as the success of African American leaders. Lane Victory is being restored by many volunteers, and it has become an important educational resource for a whole new generation of Americans.” – said Dr. Jae H. Ku, Executive Producer of Forgotten Victory.
My hope is that Forgotten Victory will provide in-depth knowledge and informative resources which are a perfect platform to create a dialogue among all generations within our diverse community. The Lane Victory will help remind the younger generations of the cruelty of war and the importance of peace on earth.” – Christopher HK Lee, director
Doors open at 6 PM, film starts at 6:30 PM. Q & A to follow.
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(Monday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lane College, 545 Lane Ave., Jackson, TN 38301