10-12-19 Cambridge, MA – NIRV Screening and Discussion at Cambridge Public Library

October 5, 2019

Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Cambridge Commission on Immigrant Rights & Citizenship (CIRC) in collaboration with the
Cambridge Public Library present:

Films and Discussion: 
New Immigrant and Refugee Visions

Saturday, October 12, doors  at 11am, films at 11:30am
Cambridge Public Library Central branch, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

Featuring a film screening of “Pulse of a Dream“, “Worlds Apart at Home” and “Rhythms of Respect” followed by a discussion with filmmakers Mubarak Muwonge Nsamba, Abdirahman Abdi and Katsyris Rivera Kientz.

A light luncheon to follow.

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Free and open to the public. 

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