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Through the lens of our Common Humanity: Iran Cultural Dinner Forum

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As we look ahead to the UN's 75th anniversary in 2020, UNA-USA East Bay has adopted a series of programs presenting UN member countries through the lens of our common humanity and the many expressions of these countries’ cultures, while also introducing, exploring, and discussing relevant UN priorities, work, and issues in those countries.

Irananian-American filmmaker, Sabereh Kashi, will present a segment of her forthcoming documentary film, Home Yet Faraway, a self-portrait exploring the challenges facing a bicultural citizen of two countries in political conflict.

Following the screening, Professor Mitra Ara will address Iranian current cultural affairs and the UN's role in the region. Mitra Ara is a cultural historian, and Associate Professor and Founding Director of the Persian and Iranian Studies Program at San Francisco State University.

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