We are kick-starting our fall program with BORN IN GAZA, a visually stunning documentary about the children who live, play, dream and survive every day in the largest open air prison in the world.
The screening will be held at the London Public Library, 251 Dundas, Stevenson & Hunt, room A, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 2016, 6:30 pm. (Parking is free if validated at the reception desk.)
This event will come one day after the launch of the Women’s Boat to Gaza which will carry on board women from all over the world in an effort to challenge the blockade imposed by the state of Israel and bring a powerful message of solidarity to Palestinian women who are bearing the brunt of this brutal siege. (https://wbg.freedomflotilla.org).
There will be three Canadian women on the boat and one of them is our own friend and fellow activist, Wendy Goldsmith, a committed social worker and mother of three.
We will be providing information on how to support Wendy and the Women’s Boat to Gaza campaign. Also, Dr. Tarek Loubani will give us an update on the present situation in the region.
Discussion will follow the screening.
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