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Cinema Politica Concordia Presents: Ayiti Toma, the Land of the Living Type: Documentary film screening

- 10:00pm
Monday February 24 2014

Venue: D.B. Clarke Theatre, Hall Building, Concordia University
Address: 1455 de Maisonneuve West
Cost: By donation
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

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Join Cinema Politica Concordia and Haiti Action Montreal on Monday February 24th to mark the ten-year anniversary of the coup in Haiti for the screening of AYITI TOMA, THE LAND OF THE LIVING. This intriguing and culturally poignant documentary shines a different light on the country, and provides a platform for Haitians to speak for themselves about their hopes and visions for the future of their country. The event is part of Black History Month Montréal, and director Joseph Hillel will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A! Entrance is by donation.

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