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There is still space for the Movie & Discussion Night for Grown-Ups

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Movie & Discussion Night
for Grown-Ups

Friday, March 4,

7 p.m., Town Hall

Act now and reserve a seat for the rare chance to see and discuss a movie shown all over the world to overflow crowds, but never released in movie theaters.  

7:00 PM, Friday, March 4th at the Town Hall, the Movie and Discussion Night for Grown-Ups features the documentary film “The United Nations: Last Station Before Hell”. The film documents the 70-year history of the UN and delves into current peacekeeping missions, posing questions on the UN’s actions around the world. Members of the UN devised the novel concept of “soldiers for peace,” but can peace be enforced militarily?

After watching the 57 minute long movie, attendees will have the opportunity to talk with Lise Morjé Howard, Associate Professor in the Dept. of Government at Georgetown University, who served as an academic advisor on the film. Dr. Howard will discuss the film, as well as the current state of affairs with the Peacekeepers. Wine and refreshments will be served.



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Movie & Discussion Night

for Grown-Ups

Friday, March 4,

7 p.m., Town Hall

Act now and reserve a seat for the rare chance to see and discuss a movie shown all over the world to overflow crowds, but never released in movie theaters.

7:00 PM, Friday, March 4th at the Town Hall, the Movie and Discussion Night for Grown-Ups features the documentary film “The United Nations: Last Station Before Hell”. The film [http://www.javafilms.fr/spip.php?article1864] documents the 70-year history of the UN and delves into current peacekeeping missions, posing questions on the UN’s actions around the world. Members of the UN devised the novel concept of “soldiers for peace,” but can peace be enforced militarily?
After watching the 57 minute long movie, attendees will have the opportunity to talk with Lise Morjé Howard, Associate Professor in the Dept. of Government at Georgetown University, who served as an academic advisor on the film. Dr. Howard will discuss the film, as well as the current state of affairs with the Peacekeepers. Wine and refreshments will be served.

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