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BEST SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY 2011 ADDIS FILM FESTIVAL BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY 2011 MOONDANCE FILM FESTIVAL Sensitive and moving, "Mrs. Goundo's Daughter" reveals how women are profoundly affected by the legal struggles surrounding immigration, as issues of asylum, international law and human rights collide with female genital cutting (FGC) and its devastating health consequences. "A must-see for women's rights, human rights, and immigration law teachers, lawyers, students, and organizers." -Hope Lewis, Professor of Law, Northeastern University "Very moving...Sure to generate dialogue and debate both on FGM and current immigration policy." -Beverly A. Mcphail, PhD Dir., Women’s Resource Center, University of Houston The YWCA of Brooklyn and The Metro NY Chapter of the US National Committee for UN Women Present a film screening of "Mrs. Goundo's Daughter” followed by discussion with film co-producer Sabrina Gordon Schmidt Tuesday, March 27 6 – 9 pm The YWCA of Brooklyn 30 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 Suggested donation of $15 general admission, $10 members, $7 students To RSVP or learn more: http://goundos-daughter.eventbrite.com/