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"No Place Called Home" a new production by Kim Schultz

By War Criminals Watch - Posted on 24 September 2011

World Can't Wait is sponsoring Kim Schultz' complete production of "No Place Called Home."

October 2, 2011  5pm
Revolution Books, 146 W. 26th St.,  New York, NY

$10 admission at the door.

No Place Called Home" is a new play written and performed by Kim Schultz with original score composed and performed by Amikaeyla Gaston and directed by Sarah Cameron Sunde.

Since 2003, Iraq has experienced the most underreported humanitarian crises in recent history. Stemming from the military intervention that year and the violence that has ensued, almost 5 million Iraqi nationals have been displaced. Kim visited some of these refugees in Lebanon, Jordon, and Syria and the play tells her story of those visits.

Harrowing, but graced with humor and even a love story, Kim Schultz's "No Place Called Home" brings to life real Iraqi refugees, casualties of US aggression in the Middle East whose stories do not appear in US media.  Each one is another reason to resist that aggression.

Visit No Place Like Home to see a trailer video and find out more about this play.



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