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:
- L is for Light, D is for Darkness, from The Fruit of Our Labor – Afghan Perspectives in Film, by Hasibullah Asmati;
- Ghetto Green, Ghetto Clean, from Owning Our Future – Haitian Perspectives in Film, by Steeve Colin; and
- Worlds Apart at Home, from New Immigrant and Refugee Visions, by Somali refugee Abdirahman Abdi.
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.