London Central Library Hosts Readings from the Works of Banned & Imprisoned Writers

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Date(s) - 24/02/2020
7:00 PM

Location: London Ontario Public Library Wolf Auditorium

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During Canada’s “Freedom to Read Week”, The London Central Library and Global Importune will be hosting an event celebrating the works of banned, persecuted and imprisoned Amnesty International writers. On Monday, February 24 at 7:00 PM, hear a public reading from the works of various banned writer’s from around the world as well as the personal story of writer persecution from Raihan Abir, author of “Philosophy of Disbelief”. There will also be the oppertunity to sign pre-written letters of concern on behalf of Amnesty International persecuted writers. This event is free and open to the public.

  • Who: Co-sponsors, The London Public Library and Global Importune, a local human rights organization
  • What: Celebrate the works of banned, persecuted and imprisoned Amnesty International writers
  • Where: London Ontario Public Library Wolf Auditorium, 251 Dundas Street
  • When: Monday, February 24, 2020 at 7:00 PM during Canada’s “Freedom to Read Week”
  • Why: Help gain the release of banned, persecuted and imprisoned writers’ worldwide
  • How:  1. A public reading from the works of various banned writer’s from around the world; 2. Hear the personal story of writer persecution from Raihan Abir, author of “Philosophy of Disbelief” 3. Sign pre-written letters of concern on behalf of Amnesty International persecuted writers

Link to event website: https://globalimportune.org/2020/02/readings-banned-imprisoned-writers/

 

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