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Syria: The Trojan Women art by Imran Faour ANNOUNCEMENT

Artists Denied Visas; Performance Postponed Indefinitely;

Special event announced:
Voices Unheard—The Syria: Trojan Women Summit

Syria: The Trojan Women
, originally scheduled for September 18-20, will regrettably not be presented as planned, due to artist visa applications being denied by the U.S. Bureau of Consular Affairs in Amman, despite many months of advocacy on the women's behalf from a wide range of top officials, ambassadors, and legal experts. All purchased tickets for Syria: The Trojan Women will be fully refunded. 

Please join us on Georgetown University's main campus for the new event VOICES UNHEARD--Syria: The Trojan Women on Friday, September 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Davis Performing Arts Center's Gonda Theatre for a free, but ticketed evening in solidarity with the Syria: The Trojan Women team.  Read more.

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