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Sliver of a Full Moon is a portrayal of justice under the rule of law – the story of a movement to restore safety and access to justice to indigenous women in the U.S. The cast features the courageous Native women survivors who stepped forward to share their stories of abuse by non-Indians. The play will also include the voices of Alaska Native women advocates, leaders, and survivors. It chronicles the history of the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the stories of the women it affected.
Please join us at 6pm on May 10th for a dramatic reading of Sliver of a Full Moon in the Meyer Open Space (where Meyer Library used to be) on the Stanford University campus. Bring towels or camping chairs as it is amphitheater-style seating. Reception fare will be available at 6pm, and the show will start at 6:30pm. A Q&A with the cast will follow.
Please register at http://tinyurl.com/gsolaz8