An interview with Kelli Kieley and Cara Benjamin-Pace #refugees

Thank you to both Kelli Kieley and Cara Benjamin-Pace for joining us today to talk about Shway Shway: A film about a delicious project arising out of the Syrian migration crisis - is almost finished and needs your help. We've cooked up incentives that provide an opportunity to enjoy yummy, heart-filled Syrian cooking that help the Newcomer Kitchen project and Syrian families involved.

"Shway Shway: The Newcomer Kitchen Story" a documentary following the rise of a popular pop-up featuring food by Syrian refugee women. It's time to take our power back. It's time for our stories.

Women are powerful drivers of economic growth, and their economic empowerment benefits all nations. Women’s March Canada supports the dismantling of economic barriers that obstruct women’s full and equal access to local, national, and global economic systems.

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