Don't Miss the Upcoming Diverse Muslim Voices Social Screenings

Posted on January 29, 2013

On January 30th and February 6th, Diverse Muslim Voices is hosting two online film screenings of Solar Mamas and Shayfeen.com: We're Watching You. Both documentaries examine the role women play in creating change in their communities. 

The film titles and links to the screenings are listed below. On the day of the screening, click the link from your computer and join the virtual room! You’ll be able to watch the film while interacting with other viewers. You can join anonymously if you want so logins or passwords are not needed. Our free OVEE platform is a new innovative way to watch films in a way that promotes interaction with audiences through simultaneous chat and other interactive features. 

For more information about OVEE click here. Solar Mamas Wednesday, January 30 at 6pm PST. To join go to https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/jokrw Meet Rafea, a Jordanian mother who leaves her family and home to attend the Barefoot College in India where she is trained as a solar engineer. Join special guest panelist Claire Naber Matalqa, Project Manager of Jordan’s first graduate film school, The Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts Shayfeen.com: We're Watching You Wednesday, February 6 at 12pm PSTTo join go to https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/09g58 Take an intimate look at the 2005 election in Egypt through the eyes of three women working to assure the election's legitimacy. Presented in partnership with Muftah.org.

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