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Mon, Jun 17, 2024
Southeast Celebrates march as Women's History Month with Film Screening
(Lecture Series)
To honor and celebrate the accomplishments of women throughout the ages, Southeast Missouri State University will host several events and presentations through March, Women’s History Month, and the beginning of April. The series of events, “Many Places, Many Voices:  Women Across the Globe,” was planned by the Women’s History Month Committee from the Southeast Department of History.  The film “Lemon Tree” was released in 2008 in Israel and follows the life of Salma Zidane, a Palestinian widow, who supports herself by farming her family’s grove of lemon trees in the West Bank’s occupied territory.  When the Israeli defense minister and his wife move next door, the Israeli Secret Service orders the trees to be uprooted for security purposes.  Zidane must now fight to preserve her livelihood and her property. 
Location: Carnahan Hall, Room 102
Price: Free and open to the public
Sponsor: Department of History
Contact: Department of History
(573) 651-2180
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