ThroughEvent Through Our Eyes
A Breakfast of Video and Discussion: 2 field workers join us from Liberia and Uganda

Through Our Eyes
Communities using the power of video to prevent and deal with HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence

Join us for a breakfast of video and discussion:

 WHEN: Friday, March 18, 2011: 8:00-9:00 AM

WHERE: The Woman's Club of Minneapolis
410 Oak Grove Street, Minneapolis, MN

RSVP: Call Jenna Myrland to RSVP: (612) 607-6495
or Everyone is welcome, but space is
very limited - so register now!

PARKING: Free parking is available at The Woman's Club

Two of our staff members — Zeze Konie from Liberia and Pamella Anena from Uganda — are here in Minnesota visiting ARC's Headquarters. On Friday morning, they will share their innovative work on the “Through our Eyes” video project.

Come and learn how communities are using the power of video to prevent and deal with HIV/AIDS and sexual and gender-based violence. By creating and sharing videos, villages and groups across the world are combating harmful practices and attitudes.

A light breakfast will be served. We hope to see you there!

Click here for a map to The Woman's Club. Parking is available across the street from our offices at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral (519 Oak Grove Street).

*Through Our Eyes is a collaboration between the American Refugee Committee and Communication for Change, implemented with the support of USAID’s Office of Women in Development. 

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