200 Hours, a Documentary by Land Defenders in Ecuador
When: Monday, October 16; 6:30 PM
Where: Brighton Memorial Library (2300 Elmwood Avenue) and online.
To register for the link: 585-784-5300 or email@example.com
Color Brighton Green hosts Eloy Alfaro, an anthropology professor from Quito, Ecuador, presenting his documentary, 200 Hours: Word, Poetry, and Resistance.
See how Ecuadorians came together with poetry and literature to defend their Choco Andes region, including the national strike of June, 2022. Q and A session with Eloy to follow. Come in person to watch on our big screen or register for the Zoom link to participate from home: 585-784-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info contact Cheryl at: email@example.com