CSFilm Screen&Discuss featuring Afghan, Haitian and US immigrant films — Community Church of Boston – October 17

May 25, 2021

Boston, MA, October 17, 11am-1pm, This event is free and open to the public. Registration details to follow

The renowned Community Church of Boston is hosting a Community Supported Film Screen&Discuss event focused on children.

The event will include the screening of:

After the films, filmmaker Abdirahman Abdi and participants in the Afghan and Haitian projects will lead a discussion about the issues facing a new generation of children in Haiti, Afghanistan and as immigrants to the US.  Further details to follow.

The Community Church of Boston is an active peace and justice congregation, a “free pulpit in action”, a non-sectarian, human-centered congregation with a rich and dynamic community life. For a detailed description read A Brief History of the Community Church.

 

 

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