You are invited to a special, one night screening of the groundbreaking film “It’s a Girl” presented by University of Manitoba Students for a Culture of Life (UMSCL) and Winnipeg Against Abortion (WAA).
Please spread the news and bring as many people with you to see it. People are really starting to talk about abortion and this film will help encourage more discussion on why abortion is wrong.
***Watch the trailer here: http://youtu.be/ISme5-9orR0***
When: Thursday, March 7, 2013 @ 7pm
Where: University of Manitoba @ MPR Room (210 Killarney) 2nd floor University Center
What can you do to help?
Step 1: Watch the trailer, so you know what this is all about.
Step 2: Share this on your facebook or twitter page by following the FB event page link below.
Step 3: Forward this email to all your friends, coworkers, family and prayer group.
Step 4: Put up the poster in your church, school, or public place.
U of M Students for a Culture of Life – http://uofmscl.wix.com/umscl
FB Event Page – http://www.facebook.com/events/338807716230180/
Defend Girls – http://defendgirls.ca/
Film Website: http://www.itsagirlmovie.com/
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
For women everywhere,
UMSCL and WAA
In India, China and many other parts of the world today, girls are killed, aborted and abandoned simply because they are girls. The United Nations estimates as many as 200 million girls are missing in the world today because of this so-called “gendercide”.
Girls who survive infancy are often subject to neglect, and many grow up to face extreme violence and even death at the hands of their own husbands or other family members. The war against girls is rooted in centuries-old traditions and sustained by deeply ingrained cultural dynamics which, in combination with government policies, accelerate the elimination of girls. Shot on location in India and China, It’s A Girl reveals this issue. It asks why this is happening, and why so little is being done to save girls and women.
This documentary film tells the stories of abandoned and trafficked girls, of women who suffer extreme dowry-related violence, of brave mothers fighting to save their daughters’ lives, and of other mothers who would kill for a son. Global experts and grassroots activists put the stories in context and advocate different paths towards change, while collectively lamenting the lack of any truly effective action against this injustice.