World Affairs Council Inland Southern California and Glocally Connected join together to bring you the film
Ticket purchase deadline April 7!
Two filmmakers from Inland Southern California fully embed themselves in a Syrian refugee camp in Jordon, providing an intimate look at the world's most dire humanitarian crisis. Chris Temple, director, and Zach Ingrasci, producer and director, of Salam Neighbor are 2012 graduates of Claremont McKenna College. They paid for a tent in the Za'atari Refugee camp in Jordon to learn and record what life in the camp was like. They share the stories of the people who are do not give up but show incredible courage, creativity, and strength in helping one another and building new lives. The stories of the human struggles are both heartbreaking and uplifting but most important, they put a human face on the current refugee crisis as the world struggles to develop solutions. It is also a tremendous discussion starter for the Great Decisions program "International Migration"
In order for the film to be shown in the Inland Empire, enough potential viewers need to buy pre-sale tickets at https://www.tugg.com/venues/2379
Tickets are $9.00
If the audience doesn’t meet the minimum threshold number and is cancelled your credit card will not be charged and we will announced the cancellation on we will announce on WACinlandsocal.org the World Affairs Council Inland Southern California website.
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