Revolutionary Spaces hosted a free screening of “A Tale of Three Chinatowns,” directed by Lisa Mao and produced by Penny Lee. This fabulous documentary features Boston, Washington D.C., and Chicago’s Chinatown. I am honored to provide opening remarks and a reading of my poem “My MaMa’s Back” at the screening. “My MaMa’s Back” is a tribute to the Chinese immigrant women garment workers of historical Chinatown and is now on display in Boston City Hall on the Fifth Floor, South Elevator, outside Mayor Michelle Wu’s office. We had a most stimulating and fun panel discussion with the amazing filmmakers, Penny Lee and Lisa Mao, Dominican writer, activist, and urban planner , Beya Jimenez, and professor Andrew Leong, moderated by the excellent Gina Jamieson of Revolutionary Spaces. Thank you to Gina Jamieson and Revolutionary Spaces for organizing this event in this historic place, the Old South Meeting House, where the American Revolution began and where Phyllis Wheatley worshipped and published her poetry while enslaved. The Revolution continues.