You are Invited to a Vigil at St. Catharines City Hall – this Tuesday, June 11th at 7 p.m. – for the Martyrs of Pro-Democracy Protests in Sudan

A Call-Out from the  Niagara Folk Arts and Multicultural Centre

Posted June 11th, 2019 on Niagara At Large

We hope you will join us as we stand in solidarity with our community brothers and sisters and if you are unable to join, please share with your networks.

The agenda will be as follows:

  •    – Opening remarks from Tamer Abdalla, Sudanese Association of          Niagara
  •    – Chris Bittle, MP
  •    – Regional or municipal representative (TBC)
  •    – Karrie Porter, St. Catharines
  •    – Emily Kovacs, NFAMC
  •    – Poem and closing remarks

The Sudanese Association will be handing out flyers with information, a petition to sign, candles and a book to include messages of encouragement for the community.

Regards,

*Claudia Rothman Gonzalez, She/Her/Hers*, Community Connections Coordinator, Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre <http://www.folk-arts.ca/>

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