Exodus: A Special Screening Event with Doctors Without Borders
Thursday, November 2, 2017
6:00 PM PT
The Clay Theatre
2261 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Doctors Without Borders presents a special screening of the award-winning Frontline documentary "Exodus" (KEO Films - 2016). This ground-breaking film features footage shot by refugees using smartphones to document their harrowing journey fleeing war and persecution to seek safety in Europe.
This event is part of our traveling exhibition about the global refugee crisis: Forced From Home.
The screening will be followed by a brief Q&A with MSF field workers and staff.
Liza Ramlow is a midwife at Doctors Without Borders. She joined us after “retiring” in 2010 to fulfill a longtime desire to work as a midwife in international settings. Liza has completed 10 assignments with MSF – including aboard the Aquarius, our search and rescue ship in the Mediterranean. She has also worked in South Sudan, Central African Republic, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, and Nigeria.
Christina Psarra has worked with Doctors Without Borders as a humanitarian affairs officer, project coordinator, and was most recently MSF head of mission in Greece. Chris has run search and rescue operations in the Aegean Sea. She also led a mass vaccination campaign for refugee children living in camps in Athens.
Chip Hunter has worked with MSF as a psychologist, mental health coordinator, and project coordinator. He has completed assignments in Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Liberia, and Tunisia. Chip was recently a project coordinator in northeastern Congo where two large MSF mobile clinics serve some 50,000 refugees from South Sudan.
Moderated by Kavita Menon, Editorial Director for MSF-USA.
NOTE: Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please check in at least five minutes before the start of the panel in order to guarantee your reservation.