The Songolo Ramazani family will be reunited this fall in Sackville, thanks to the ongoing generous support of the Sackville community, and a productive partnership between the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada (through the Middle Sackville Baptist Church) and the Sackville Refugee Response Coalition. This is the first family reunification sponsorship emerging from the SRRC… Read more »
When: Wednesday, August 24, 2016, 7–8:30 PM Where: Room 108, Dunn Building, Mount Allison University (corner of York and Salem) Facebook page: facebook.com/events/182659588813319/ The Sackville Refugee Response Coalition and Mount Allison Student Union’s Social Justice Coordinator are pleased to host a screening of the National Film Board’s Shock Waves. This documentary follows the journalists of… Read more »
Link updated 2016-03-25 @ 7:33 pm. What We Have Left Behind: Public event by Sackville Refugee Response Coalition to be held Tuesday, March 29 at 7:00 PM Visit Facebook for full details.
Sackville, NB — The Sackville Refugee Response Coalition (SRRC) and the Vogue Cinema are pleased to present a screening of the film, Salam Neighbor. The screening will take place on Sunday, March 6, 2016, at 2 p.m. in the Vogue Cinema (9 Bridge Street, Sackville). Salam Neighbor is a 2015 documentary made by two Americans… Read more »
A Celebration of Kindness Sponsored by the Sackville Refugee Response Coalition and the Town of Sackville Sunday, February 7, 2016, from 2 to 3:30 pm Council Chambers, Sackville Town Hall In October, the Sackville Refugee Response Coalition (SRRC) was formed as a local response to the Syrian refugee crisis created by the ongoing civil war… Read more »