Peace Corps Community for Refugees World Refugee Day Film Festival

June 19, 2020

The Returned Peace Corps Volunteers – Community for Refugee Advocacy will commemorate World Refugee Day with a Screen&Discuss of the three New Immigrant and Refugee Visions films about refugees

The films will be introduced by CSFilm director, Michael Sheridan and followed by a discussion with Mani Biswa, subject of Navigating Hope; Mohammad Arifuzzaman, director of Seeking Settled Ground; Abdirahman Abdi, director of Worlds Apart at Home; Awale Farah, Somali refugee and city council candidate in Kent, WA; and Nai Oo, a Rohingya refugee and former Peace Corps volunteer.

This event is for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers membersIf interested to attend please contact us.

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