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''Human Drama in Gaza" - A photo exhibition about the realities of life in the Gaza strip

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''Human Drama in Gaza" is a photo exhibition about the realities of life in the Gaza Strip under war and siege. Produced by Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME), the Montreal stop is the first in a series of cross-Canada shows giving perspective to the Assault on Gaza which began Dec. 27, 2008, and lasted 22 days. CJPME’s artistic team reviewed tens of thousands of photos, and spent hundreds of hours researching the stories behind the photos featured.

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At its core, "Human Drama in Gaza" is a story about human beings seeking to find dignity and hope as their world is destroyed around them. The exhibition features 44 photos, taken before, during and after the 22-day assault on Gaza by professional photographers from Israel, Palestine, and the West. The photographers whose work is featured caught simple everyday events in Gaza. 

Human Drama in Gaza - A Photo Exhibition
A CJPME Initiative

Cinéma du Parc
3575 Parc Ave, Montreal, Qc, H2X 3P9
(near metro Place-des-Arts)
Opening hours:
Weekdays: 6:00 to 9:30 P.M.
Weekends: 3:00 to 9:30 P.M.

11237 Frigon
Montreal, QC H3M 2R6
Phone: (514) 745-8491

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