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The Red Pill Movie: London Premiere Screening (Launch of CAFE London)
Wed, March 1, 2017, 7:00 PM – 10:30 PM EST
Why are men’s rights controversial? One feminist set out to investigate the men’s rights movement.
Here’s what she found.
For more information on the film please visit theredpillmovie.com
Join us for the London premiere of The Red Pill and stay to hear from film creator Cassie Jaye who will join us remotely. The Red Pill is the winner of the Mary Austin Awards for ‘Excellence in Producing’, ‘Excellence in Directing’, AND WON ‘BEST OF FESTIVAL’ (top honor) at the Idyllwild International Festival Of Cinema!
Event starts at 7:00PM. Doors open 6:20PM. This is a free event but requires registration.
A charitable donation is encouraged at the time of registration and/or at the door. Donations support our programs and services for men and families in London and donors receive a charity receipt for their contribution.
This is the inaugural event for the new Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) branch in London, Ontario. We're looking for volunteers from the London community. If you're interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-914-1751.
CAFE is a registered educational and social service charity that seeks to integrate the issues of men and boys into efforts to advance gender equality. We undertake evidence-based research, public policy and advocacy work, host awareness raising events and support campus outreach. Visit www.equalitycanada.com
CAFE also operates the Canadian Centre for Men and Families, a men's health and social service hub in downtown Toronto that offers free mental health, fathering, legal assistance and support for men who have experienced abuse and trauma. Visit www.menandfamilies.org
Then Look Out for This Billboard Advertisement from the Canadian Association for Equality in key locations in London: