WASHINGTON, DC/April 20-21: Premiere of documentary “The Power of the Weak”

Apr 14, 2016 by

International Committee
for Peace, Justice and Dignity
From April 18 to the 22, 2016, Human rights activists, lawyers, members of labor unions, authors, students and organizers will gather in Washington, DC to meet with members of Congress to push for improving U.S. relations with Cuba.
Sign Up!  Let us know you are coming to be included on one of our advocacy teams. We will take care of the details, like setting the appointments with members of congress and providing an orientation for everyone participating.
Sign Up!  Attend the Forum Through Cuban Eyes. This evening event will give you an an opportunity to interact with our Cuban guests.
And don’t miss the Washington D.C. film premiere of The Power of the Weak, the story of Jorge, “Jorgito” Jérez, who was born with Cerebral Palsy in Cuba in 1993. The movie shows how a society structured to support human development can make the disabled powerful. Meet the fimmaker Tobias Kriele and Jorgito at the film viewings.

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