An evening of film, food and music to help bring a solar-powered water system to a unique rural community in remote Ethiopia. Oak Bluffs seasonal resident Salem Mekuria will show an excerpt from her documentary-in-progress, Awra Amba's E(utopia), about this egalitarian and inclusive community, then join Geraldine Brooks in conversation about their accomplishments and their needs. Enjoy a delicious and authentic Ethiopian dinner and music by the enchanting jazz singer Munit Mesfin.
Proceeds will benefit the solar-powered water project at Awra Amba.
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