Living Along the Fenceline: Women Resisting Militarism and Creating a Culture of Life

This powerful documentary tells stories of women from communities around the world which "host" long-term US military bases. These women and their families have personally suffered the tragic hidden costs of US military bases to their environment, health, land and personal safety. This beautiful film, produced by Women for Genuine Security and directed by award-winning filmmaker, Lina Hoshino, captures seven wome's courageous stories of transformation as they emerge as inspiring leaders who create hope, change and genuine security for their people.

Hawaii Premiere:

Friday, Dec. 4, 6:30PM 
Harris United Methodist Church, Miyama Hall
(Corner of Nu'uanu and Vineyard, Honolulu)

Suggested donation: $5-10 (no one turned away)
Proceeds going to completing Hawaii segment.

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