1. This Saturday, 18th March 2017, Sacred Heart International School
will hold their annual Family Festival.
And again this year the organizers have waived the fee for the table so that AITEN members and supporters can ask
people to write and/or sign cards for Prisoners of Conscience, to buy AI goods or make a donation, and can support and exchange ideas with the school AI group.
There is food and drink from around the world, an amazing range of stuff to buy, and the festival will go ahead rain or shine, so come to Hiroo subway station on
the Hibiya Line (one stop from Ebisu), enjoy the festival (it runs from 10:00 to 16:00), and help out on our table for an hour or so.
We really need your help!
Poster for the festival:
2. Next AITEN public meeting is on Monday 20th March 2017 (4 ~ 6:30pm).
“The Witch-hunts of the McCarthy Era and HUAC, and its lessons
for us today.”
The discussion will be introduced by showing clips from the recent movie “Trumbo,” (English only, running time 120 mins)
starring Brian Cranston. (A version with J subtitles is due in mid-May). Trumbo trailer here.
Come, watch, discuss.
Free admission. No cover charge. Food and great beer available.
The place is the Good Heavens pub in Shimokitazawa. (Google maps https://goo.gl/maps/hyTaYmktcfQ2)
3. AITEN monthly meeting on Tuesday 21st March at the AIJ office.
We’ll be letter-writing and event planning (including what we will do at What the Dickens on Sunday, 2nd April and on Earth Day Weekend at Yoyogi
Park on April 22/23). All welcome, no obligation to join.
Map to Amnesty’s office in Kanda: https://goo.gl/maps/HV1KqMrxg2C2
Hope to see you at one or more of those. Please forward this notice to
people you know.
“It’s better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.”