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|ITVS Community Cinema Presents IRON LADIES OF LIBERIA|
|Date||Tuesday February 05|
|Time||6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
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Oakland Museum of California, James Moore Theatre
1000 Oak Street at 10th Street
One block from Lake Merritt Bart Station
|roseli_ilano [at] itvs.org|
Free Screening of IRON LADIES OF LIBERIA by Daniel Junge, Siatta Scott-Johnson, Henry Ansbacher and Jonathan StackAdded to the calendar on Tuesday Jan 8th, 2008 3:16 PM
She's already overcome tremendous obstacles to become the first woman ever elected president in Africa-now all she has to do is turn around Liberia- a country devastated by unemployment, debt, corruption, and the legacy of civil war. Follow Ellen Johnson Sirleaf through her first year in office. Her story is inspiring a new generation of leaders in Africa and around the world.
Panel Discussion featuring Nunu Kidane, Network Coordinator with Priority Africa Network
Co-sponsors: The League of Women Voters Oakland, Priority Africa Network, The International Museum of Women and Bay Area Video Coalition.
Presented By: ITVS Community Cinema, KQED Education Network, The Oakland Museum of California, The Oakland Film Office and Hands On Bay Area