Sanasino a Yemeni poet who produces thought provoking material on global injustice will be joining IHRC on Tuesday 12 June at 202 Preston Road at 6.45pm for an exclusive interview. Sanasino who has performed for a wide range of human rights organisations, politicians, demonstrations and journalists will be discussing how she puts her feelings, opinions and more importantly how she channels her outrage of injustice in the form of poetry.
Sanasino will be reciting her famous poems ‘My name is not Irak’ and ‘Wave my Flag’, so join us and don’t miss out on this special poetry reading.
Sanasino performing ‘My name is not Irak’ at Genocide Memorial Day
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12 June 2012 (Tuesday)
6.45pm – 8.45pm
IHRC Bookshop, Gallery and Information Centre, 202 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8PA
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Preston Road (Metropolitan Line), South Kenton (Bakerloo Line, Overground)
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“And what reason have you that you should not fight in the way of Allah and of the weak among the men and the women and the children, (of) those who say: Our Lord! Cause us to go forth from this town, whose people are oppressors, and give us from Thee a guardian and give us from Thee a helper.”
Holy Qur’an: Chapter 4, Verse 75
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