637 Head St
Victoria, BC V9A 5S9
You are invited to the Black History Month screening of MICHAËLLE JEAN: A WOMAN OF PURPOSE
A film by Jean-Daniel Lafond
Production: NFB and Inform Action
In 2005, Michaëlle Jean became the Governor General of Canada. A dedicated journalist and citizen of the world, she devoted her mandate to youth, women, Indigenous people, and culture, promoting social change and international diplomacy. In 2010, the tragic earthquake in Haiti took her back to her native land. Michaëlle Jean: A Woman of Purpose is an insider’s look and a thoughtful portrait of the woman and the stateswoman.
Enjoy a post-screening discussion featuring Victoria residents:
-Silvia Mangue (Kulealove)
-Annie Djiotsa (Canadian Armed Forces)
Moderated by Boma Brown (Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group)
SUGGESTED DONATION $5
African snacks provided!
Closing Gala https://blackhistorymonth2018closinggala.eventbrite.ca