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Join Dr. Elizabeth Vibert from University of Victoria Speakers Bureau for a showing of her 2017 documentary The Thinking Garden: A Film about South African Women Sowing the Seeds of Change, directed by Christine Welsh and filmed by Vancouver cinematographer Moira Simpson. The film showcases the story of thirty women farmers in South Africa who are building self-sufficiency, nourishing those with HIV/AIDS and helping to offset some effects of climate change by growing affordable vegetables. Registration begins January 2.

 

 

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