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LI SOA Watch film: We are Raised with the Staff of Authority in Hand 2/15/09

Long Island School of the Americas Watch

PRESENTS A FILM, A TALK, AND BRUNCH

Come and learn about the mobilization in Colombia of indigenous people for their rights and against the consequences of neoliberal policies.

Benefit for Indigenous Community Station Radio Payu’mat ( Cauca , Colombia )

Mario Murillo, Associate Professor at Hofstra University

Tiokasin Ghosthorse, WBAI Producer of First Voices: Indigenous Radio

Film: We are Raised with the Staff of Authority in Hand

Award winning documentary about the resistance of the indigenous population of Colombia to the repression by the U.S.-backed regime of President Alvaro Uribe.

T. Ghosthorse will talk about the media solidarity amongst indigenous communities.

M. Murillo, back from six months in Colombia , will introduce the film and give the background about the causes of the mobilization of the indigenous people.

Sunday, February 15.

Brunch (included) at 11:00 am (doors open at 10:30am). Program starts at 11:30 am

Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave. Huntington , NY 11743

$25 All Tickets

For tickets: 1-800-838-3006 and ask for event 54041, or go to: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/54041

For tickets at the door no credit cards will be accepted.

Directions to the Cinema Arts Centre: Driving from the west: LIE east to exit 49 or Northern State east to exit 40, to Rte. 110 North. Follow Rte. 110 to Rte. 25A, Main St. Make a right turn. The third traffic light will be Park Ave. Make a right turn. CAC is the first driveway on the right hand side. Driving from the east: LIE west to exit 51. Make right turn off service road or take Northern State west to Exit 42 North, Huntington, Rte. 35. (Rte. 35 becomes Park Ave. after Jericho Tpk.). Proceed to LIRR crossing, then go three traffic lights. Just after the third light, CAC is the first driveway on the left.

Jim Brown

Central Nassau Greens

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