News Release
March 12, 2013
IAW 2013 to screen award-winning film, Roadmap to Apartheid
Exploring how the Apartheid analogy applies to Israel

WINNIPEG—Israeli Apartheid Week Winnipeg runs on campuses and in the
community, from March 11-16. The week is dedicated to education and debate
on Israel's military occupation of Palestine and violations of
Palestinians' human rights.

"We are pleased to be screening Ana Nogueira and Eron Davidson's
documentary film, Roadmap to Apartheid, this Wednesday evening,” said
Mathieu Paillé, spokesperson for Israeli Apartheid Week 2013. "Roadmap,
narrated by Alice Walker, explores the apartheid analogy for the way the
Israeli government treats Palestinians."

“Participants can expect the film to compare the physical and emotional realities of life under apartheid in South Africa and Israel," added event moderator Bassam Hozaima. "The panel discussion to follow the film will include personal stories and analysis of Israel's policies."

WHO:           Bassam Hozaima (moderator),
               Rana Abdulla, Dianne Baker, Mark Golden (panelists)
WHAT:         Film screening of Roadmap to Apartheid, followed by panel discussion
WHERE:        Carol Shields Auditorium, Millennium Library
WHEN:         Wednesday, March 13, 7:00-9:00 pm
WHY:         This event is part of Israeli Apartheid Week 2013 

Other events scheduled for the week include a debate, "From Gaza to
Attawapiskat", with Idle No More and Arab Spring activists (Wednesday
lunch hour, University of Winnipeg), and a live performance of Daniel
Thau-Eleff's play, Good People, Bad Things (Thursday afternoon, University of Winnipeg), and more.


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