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The Fight for Freedom in Film

The Fight for Freedom in Film

Two of the short films included in the Toronto Palestine Film Festival highlighted the fight for freedom: The Silent Protest: Jerusalem 1929 (sponsored by Sitti this year!) and Jalas. Each of these films are lovely in their own way. Both center the voices of Palestinian women who are striving for equality.
What We're Watching This Weekend...

What We're Watching This Weekend...

We’ll be watching film screenings all throughout this weekend at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival! This year, Sitti’s excited to be co-presenting two films at the festival. (And it's all online!) Read more to get your tickets and plan your weekend with us.
In support of Women Shelters in Toronto: Let's do this Yoga Thing!

In support of Women Shelters in Toronto: Let's do this Yoga Thing!

A bright sunny Sunday was the backdrop to ‘Let's Do This Yoga Thing!', the second in a series of charity events, hosted by Afroze and Salwa.  These two local Toronto women (but proud Native Brits), have a deep desire to build a connected sisterhood and curate events with the spirit of charity and the heart of self-care!  

A night of honest and raw talk with "Millie Speaks" featuring Sangita Patel.

A night of honest and raw talk with "Millie Speaks" featuring Sangita Patel.

In an intimate evening with around 40 women, founder and creative director of Millie, Chelsea Brown moderated a conversation that was unapologetically raw and honest. Women in the audience spoke openly with Sangita and Chelsea about their personal struggles, challenges, and moments of success. 
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