Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
Epicly Palestine’d: The Birth of Skateboarding in the West Bank
What: Screening of ‘Epicly Palestine’d: The Birth of Skateboarding in the West Bank’ by Theo Krish and Philip Joa When: Wednesday 6th September Where: The Pearse Centre, 17 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Entry: Free Entry, Donations Welcome!
A small group of Palestinian teenagers gain the attention of the skateboarding world when they create a skate scene from scratch in the heart of the West Bank – a place where you can’t even buy a skateboard – whilst facing the challenges of living under a military occupation.
This is a fundraising film screening with all proceeds going to support the upcoming Jayyous Skatepark Project which will commence in two weeks.
Additional SkatePAL volunteering information will be provided in a post-film presentation and discussion.
This event has been facilitated thanks to the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (www.ipsc.ie)
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