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Upcoming ASAP Events
IN SEARCH OF MEENA
Melody Ermachild Chavis and Latifa Popal report on their journey to Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Frontier Province to interview witnesses who knew Meena, the martyred founder of RAWA, The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan. St. Martin's Press will publish I Am the Woman Who Has Awakened, Melody's biography of Meena, in May, 2003. Proceeds of the book will benefit RAWA.
The first report-back event on April 3d at the Gaia Building in Berkeley was a great success. Melody and Latifa talked and showed slides and a video about their trip, including International Women's Day and Latifa's visits with her cousins in Kabul, as well as a visit to a RAWA clinic for women and children in Pakistan. If you or your friends missed that presentation, there is another event:
Saturday, May 4th: Buddhist Peace Fellowship (East Bay Chapter) and Ecumenical Peace Institute
Berkeley Unitarian Fellowship Hall. 1924 Cedar Street,at Bonita, Berkeley.
Donation: $10-$30. No one turned away.
4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Refreshments provided by EPI. Contact Sandy Hunter: (510) 524-7989 or email@example.com
Saturday, May 18th: Reconciliation Event
Reconcilation is the opposite of war:
A DAY OF MEDITATION
St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church
500 DeHaro (at Mariposa)
San Francisco, CA 94107
Donation: $20. No one turned away.
12:00 to 3:00 p.m.
You're always welcome here. Come in and chat with us. We're really looking forward to it.