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The Barriers of Europe: Syrian Refugee Crisis | SF

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
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Congregation Emanu-El | 2 Lake St, San Francisco, CA

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Images from the Syrian Refugee Crisis. Get a powerful account of the Syrian refugee crisis from Spanish photojournalist Rober Astorgano. The Syrian refugee crisis has faded into the last pages of newspapers and is nothing more than a clip or two from most news desks. No matter where we turn, there seems to be a larger issue to read about, a bigger problem taking the front page of newspapers. Sadly, for hundreds of thousands of stranded refugee s in Greece, Turkey and other parts of the world, if we don t do all we can to give them a voice, they will continue to fade away.

Spanish photojournalist Rober Astorgano has been documenting the Syrian refugee crisis since 2015. His images speak of the pain, devastation, anguish, and despair this community has experienced. Come join us for an exhibit of his photos, a discussion of the refugee crisis and his experiences from the front lines and how you can engage to help them.

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Cost: FREE*
*Free with RSVP
Categories: Literature
Address: 2 Lake St, San Francisco, CA