From Refugee to Pop Star: Screening & Panel Discussion of Matangi/Maya/MIA
From the venue:
On the eve of International Women’s Day, Refugees Women’s Network will host a screening inside the world of international pop superstar MIA. You might know her lyrics, but did you know her father is Arul Pragasam, founder of Sri Lanka’s armed Tamil resistance? Me either. Or maybe I forgot. This screening shows her personal footage more than 20 years in the making. How did she go from Matangi to Maya to the star we know, MIA? IDK let’s go find out, while supporting the Refugee Women’s Network. Win. Win.
Refugee Women’s Network is a non-profit organization, created by women for women, that inspires and equips refugee and immigrant women to become leaders in their homes, businesses and communities. -RWM
More than 400 volunteers converged at the capitol on Valentine’s Day to engage with legislators and show their support and open arms for the refugees in Georgia. @miamatangi @RWNGeorgia 5:30 - 8:30 PM