ANSWER NM presents film on Haiti
December 11, 2012
(Act Now Stop War End Racism)
Film Showing & Discussion:
SOUND THE CONCH SHELL FOR BATTLE
Haiti has paid an exorbitant price for having “dared” to be the first people to successfully rebel against slavery. The earthquake of January 12, 2010 crushed a country already deeply impoverished as a result of two centuries of destructive, foreign intervention and exploitation.
A large, international solidarity movement sprang up following the 2010 earthquake. In its forefront were medical missions, first and foremost that of Cuba. The film examines Cuba’s medical and other social development contributions to Haiti before and after the earthquake. (from Canada Haiti Action Network) 2012, 41 min.
Friday, December 14 at 7 PM
305 Washington SE Albuquerque
(South of Central)
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (505) 268-2488
$5 – $10 donation at door, No one turned away for lack of funds
Wheelchair accessible. Refreshments provided.
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