AMBER WOMENS REFUGE CLG
with The One Million Stars Project

Weaving Communities of Courage Against Violence

AMBER WOMENS REFUGE CLG
with The One Million Stars Project

Weaving Communities of Courage Against Violence

EXHIBITION

25th November – 6th January 2021

Stars to end violence exhibition to mark the 16 days of activism. The stars represent light. Hope and solidarity against violence. 10,000 hand woven stars made pre covid and during Lockdown.

Lady Desert Choir for Amber

The story of one million stars

To Mark the 16 Days of Activism MacDonagh Junction will host the Amber Refuge Stars to End Violence Project

The Exhibition will run from the 25th November over the 16 Days of Activism and throughout the Christmas period. The hand-woven stars are made by members of the community and each star represents light, hope and solidarity against violence.

There will be an Online zoom event with the project founder Maryann Talia pau live from Australia

on the 27th Nov at 10 am (zoom link below).

Watch this space for videos and further posts

Weaving Communities of Courage

Maryann Talia Pau tells her story of the founding of the OMS project and how it has become a global movement , spreading light, hope and solidarity against violence throughout the world.

Join us on Zoom with Maryann Talia Pau the founder of the One Million Stars to End Violence Project.

Time: 10 am – 11 am

Date: 27/11/20

Zoom link:

https://bit.ly/2IC6N2I

Meeting ID: 827 2553 2622
Passcode: 239860

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