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Starfish Reunites with the film ‘Born in Syria’

Date September 1, 2021
TIME 7:00pm - 9:00pm

After more than a decade, 13.5 million Syrians are still displaced, half living within their own

country but forcibly driven from their homes and the other half as refugees in
other countries. Take a journey of understanding and join Starfish
Reunites for this special fundraising event - Born In Syria documents the
journey of several refugee children fleeing the terrifying violence happening
in their country. This documentary is graphic in nature and not suitable for a
younger audience. Admission to the event is by donation (suggested $20), which
will be used to reunite a Syrian family. Learn their story and reserve your
seat at www.starfishreunites.org.

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