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2nd Annual Women Wage Peace Around the World 3/11/07

Code Pink LI Women 4 Peace & Cinema Arts Centre presentsIn Celebration of International Women’s Day please come to this event …….

Sunday, March 11 € Noon to 5:30 PM , Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington

The 2nd Annual Women Wage Peace Around the World

Lunch Buffet!  Films!  Music!  Videos!  Prizes!  Raffles!

Special Guests include:
Keynote Speaker: Ann Wright – former U.S. Army Colonel turned peace activist

Eli Painted Crow – Iraq War Veteran,
Rajinderjit K Singh – Long Island Multi-Faith Forum,
Ann Brodsky – Women for Afghan Women,
Ora Wise – Palestine/Israel Education Project,
Aseel Albanna – Iraqi Voices for Peace,
Eve Sokol – Women in Black

Entertainment by Missile Dick Chicks and Heather Forest – recording artist and storyteller


PLUS Special Long Island Premiere:
Can You Hear Me?
Israeli and Palestinian Women Fight for Peace

Narrated by Debra Winger
In Person: Filmmaker Lilly Rivlin – A 7th generation Jerusalemite, Lilly Rivlin trained
as a political scientist at the University of California, Berkeley. For more
info: www.lillyrivlin.com

“Can You Hear Me? Israeli and Palestinian Women Fight for Peace” is the first documentary to explore in depth the role of Israeli and Palestinian women peace activists dealing with one of the world¹s oldest conflicts. Though prospects for peace have ebbed and flowed between Israelis and Palestinians, women peace activists have worked consistently to bring an end to the bloodshed that has brought so much anguish to both sides. No matter how desperate the political situation seemed, these women never stopped communicating with each other. They come together in their bereavement over the loss of loved ones and to demand a better future for their children. There is bonding, there is friction, and there are differences of opinion. But most of all, it is a story about women who have hope and keep on trying to hear each other. (2006, 50 min.,
Director/Producer/Writer: Lilly Rivlin)

Followed by: Iraqi Women Speak Out (DVD, 2006, 20 min.)

$40 Admission € $35 Seniors € $20 Students with Student ID
For Advance Tickets call the Cinema at 631-423-7611
Seating is Limited € No Refunds

Lunch Buffet!  Films!  Music! Videos!  Prizes!  Raffles!

Network with Local Peace Groups and Hear the Voices of Women Veterans

CINEMA ARTS CENTRE
423 Park Ave. Huntington, NY
for tickets: 631.423.7611
www.CinemaArtsCentre.org
or at the door, but let me know 631-261-8590

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