One Book, Many Communities, Monday 19, at 17.30

Mornings

One Book, Many Communities: Mornings in Jenin events

About the overall project: http://librarianswithpalestine.org/onebookcampaign/about-mornings-in-jenin/

From the librarians:
I’m writing to let you know about two One Book, Many Communities: Mornings in Jenin events happening here in Montreal.  These events are part of in international reading campaign initiated by Librarians and Archivists with Palestine.  At these One Book events we will use Susan Abulhawa’s book Mornings in Jenin to talk about the richness of Palestinian literature, and create a broader awareness and understanding of Palestinian history and the struggle for self-determination.

Our McGill Library Event (like us, say you are coming, on Facebook?!):

https://www.facebook.com/events/707689269338660/?pnref=story

For non-Facebookers: The event is on, Monday 19 January, Institute of Islamic Studies Library Octagon Room, 17.30-19.00

We have 4 student volunteers already to participate as presenters of ideas and questions in the first event, Thanks Sam, Rita, Arezu and Peiyu!! Prof Hala Jawlakh has also just agreed to present some ideas and questions to us.

We will have cookies and coffee.

Thanks Ralph and Yasmeen who will tweet the event with the hash tag, #lap1book.
This is an exciting opportunity and open to the public, so tell friends, family and others. Spread to your networks, feel free to pass on our facebook event/s etc.!

And as a preview:

The second event is on Thursday, Jan 29th at 17:30, again in the Islamic Studies Library.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1515299365406523/?fref=ts

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