[act-ma] 9/4 Thursday film, Women in Afghanistan
amyh at texnology.com
Wed Aug 20 05:16:41 PDT 2008
THE WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM (WILPF) AND THE CAMBRIDGE PEACE COMMISSION INVITE YOU TO THE FIRST THURSDAY FILM SERIEIS
VIEW FROM A GRAIN OF SAND
HARROWING, THOUGHT PROVOKING YET INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF AFGHAN WOMEN'S HISTORY OVER THE LAST 30 YEARS
6:45 Thursday September 4
Central Square Public Library
45 Pearl Street, Cambridge, MA
Told through the eyes of three Afghan women - a doctor, teacher, and human rights activist-this documentary tells the story of how war, international interference , and the rise of religious fundamentalism has stripped Afghan women of rights and freedom. Together with rarely seen archival footage , their powerful stories provide illuminating context for Afghanistan's current situation and the ongoing battle women face to gain even basic human rights.
Extended informal discussion after the film.
NEW THIS SEASON. AFTER THE FILM FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION WE WILL BE MEETING AT ANDALA 286 FRANKLIN STREET FOR COFFEE, TWO BLOCKS FROM LIBRARY
There is an inexpensive parking garage next to the library and some parking on the street. Pearl Street is just off Mass. Ave in Central Square.
For further information call 617-244-8054 Admission is free.
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