Film Screening: “My Folks: Building a Home in Canada”

//Film Screening: “My Folks: Building a Home in Canada”

Film Screening: “My Folks: Building a Home in Canada”

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Join SIKLAB Ontario and the member organizations of the Magkaisa Centre in celebrating International Workers Day 2013 with a film screening of “My Folks: Building a Home in Canada” (a photovoice video project).

Guided by the advocacy work of the Magkaisa Centre, the My Folks film sets focus on portraying the Filipino Canadian community’s experiences of migration and the challenges of genuinely settling in Canada. Fitting under the theme of home building, the film follows the stories of two women who have come through the Live-in Caregiver Program in search of a better life for themselves and their families—a plight familiar to many members of the Filipino Canadian community.

Be a part of the Q&A and discussion session to find out more about the issues that affect us all as women, youth and workers in Canada, including topics regarding healthcare, education, housing needs, employment and more.

What: a film screening of the “My Folks: Building a Home in Canada” photovoice project followed by a Q&A discussion session
When: Saturday, April 27, 2013, 4pm to 6pm
Where: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), 252 Bloor Street West: Room 3311, University of Toronto St. George Campus
Cost: FREE EVENT

For more information, please contact:
Bryan Taguba
(416) 519-2553
siklab-on@magkaisacentre.org
www.magkaisacentre.org
Facebook: Siklab Ontario

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