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category limerick | rights, freedoms and repression | press release author Wednesday June 09, 2004 22:21author by Mairead Ni Chaoimhauthor email maireadnichaoimh at hotmail dot comauthor address Corbally, Limerickauthor phone 087 6522343 Report this post to the editors

Maize Dreams-13 moons amongst the Maya

A SERIES of talks and a photo exhibition inspired by two womensı travels in
Central America are coming to Limerick.
The nationwide revolution roadshow tour comes to one of the cityıs newest
venues on Thursday June 17.

The two talks entitled Maize Dreams 13 Moons Amongst the Maya aim to provide
an insight into the political situation in Guatemala, Chiapas Mexico and
Nicaragua.
Corkwoman Brenda Kelleher and Spaniard Maria Jose Torres will deliver two
thought-provoking, inspiring and informative talks.
The roadshow includes a photographic and slide show exhibition open to the
public from 1.00 to 5.00 on June 17.
It is all happening at Impact theatre companyıs new venue at Basement 18 in
the Crescent, OıConnell Avenue.(on your right going up O’Connell Avenue from town before the Jesuits Church).
The illustrated talks detail the womensı experiences of a year and a half,
working as volunteers, living and travelling in Central America.
They have already brought their acclaimed roadshow to Galway, Belfast and
Cork.
Anyone with any interest in Central America, its history or its culture
will enjoy the stimulating talks.
The two women worked as human rights observers for the Zapatistas community
in Mexico and on womensı education projects in Guatemala.
The issue of the Zapatistas, who are oppressed by the Mexican army and Nicaragua’s revolution in progress are just two of the topics that will be dealt with on the night.
The first talk Women of Central America will be held at 7.30 and the second
one Voices of a Revolution will be held at 9.00 on June 17.
There will also be Guatemalan crafts, clothes and gifts for sale. Admission
is free.
Further information: Mairead : 087 6522343 or Brenda/Maria : 085 1476568

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