General Admission: $25 (+Belcourt Preservation Fee)
Student/Staff Admission: $10 (+Belcourt Preservation Fee)
*Tickets go on sale Fri, Feb 10 at 10:00am
WHEN PEDRO PAN CAME TO NASHVILLE, a film directed by Jon Kent, tells the story of the young Fernandez brothers. Luis, Carlos, and Pablo were among 14,000 children evacuated from Cuba 1960-62. Forty-three of those children settled in Nashville in 1962 and lived with foster families for months to years before being reunited with family members.
Catholic Charities will show the film and have a panel discussion with five university and government experts sharing thoughts on the cultural and political landscape of migration and the history of public opinion on the topic.