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MARY WELLS TO TAKE PART IN ‘MEMORY IS A WEAPON’

 

Mary Wells will be one of the artists speaking on ‘Memory is a Weapon’, an international discussion this Friday, June 26, at 1:00pm Eastern Caribbean time, 12noon Jamaica time. She and others will discuss memory, what we have learned during Covid-19 and what they want the world to look like for women going forward.

Wells is an award-winning independent film Director/Writer and Producer. She was the first woman from Jamaica to do a feature narrative. Her debut film Kingston Paradise was awarded ‘Best Diaspora Feature’ in the Africa Movie Academy Awards 2014.

The Facebook Live link is:  https://www.facebook.com/memoryisaweapon/?epa=SEARCH_BOX  

 

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