This month Beit Zatoun’s events Include Tibetan music, and a photography exhibition called In/visible Scars – Torture Survivors in Canada. You’ll find four stages of Iranian/Persian music, and a talk by 86-year old Mariam Fathalla who raised three generations in a crowded makeshift refugee camp in Lebanon. She was from Palestine.
The various programs also include: Undermining the Democratic Process: Canadian Government Suppression of Palestinian Development Aid, and a film Rosewater written and directed by “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart based on the true-life story of Maziar Bahari, the journalist who returned to Iran to interview Mir-Hossein Mousavi,
For more information on Beit Zatoun’s schedule of events that broaden our horizons: http://beitzatoun.org/events/. Events are free, or admission by donation, $5 to $25.
Cover image from Palestinian demonstration, Yonge-Dundas Square, August 2014. Copyright ©2016 Ruth Lor Malloy.