Despite the pouring rain, 140 people ventured out to view “Precious” and “Africa is a Women’s Name.”   These two feature films were hosted by MOSAIC and the Social Justice Coalition.  Again, the viewings sparked great discussions from young and old with heightened emotions.

All was not serious over the two days though, new friends were made, couples participated, a healthy mix of young and previously young, laughing and cheerful conversations over popcorn and hot chocolate and vibrant music during breaks had the crowd moving their hips to keep warm.

We were reminded, through all the social ills and difficulties that the feature films portrayed, we have many talents, a country that is rich and work that needs to be done to move from where we are to where we wold like to be.


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