There will be a screening of “View from a Grain of Sand,” with a discussion to follow with Rachel Williams, RAWA Supporter, Rotarian & International Humanitarian.
Thursday, February 26 at 6:45 pm
Watertown Free Public Library
Watertown Savings Bank Room
Produced, directed, and written by Meena Nanja, View from a Grain of Sand is a journey through the last 30 years of Afghanistan’s history as lived by three Afghan women. Filmed over a three year period in Pakistan and Afghanistan, a doctor, teacher and social activist tell how their lives have been violently affected by wars of international making and three different regimes in Afghanistan. Yet through all their loss, and the destruction of their homes and country, these women have endured. With courage, conviction and hope they continue to work on improving the lives of the people around them, against all odds, in this brutalized and divided nation.
Sponsored by the Justice with Peace Task Force.
This event is free and open to the public. If you have any questions, please contact 617-926-8688 or 617-926-8560 mailbox 2. For more information about WCES, please visit www.watertowncitizens.org.