“I walked in the mosque. I no longer walk, My last walk was in the mosque.”
On the evening of January 29, 2017, a lone gunman entered an Islamic center and opened fire shortly after the end of the evening prayers. Six worshippers were killed and nineteen others injured. A whole community, a city, an entire country are left in shock.
What happened inside the mosque on that day? Four months later the survivors of the tragic attack and the families of those who perished deliver the journey of their grief.
See the trailer:
Your Last Walk in The Mosque
Abderrahmane Hedjoudje & Ubaydah Abu Usayd | 2018 | 50 min
In light of recent events in New Zealand we are reminded of the ongoing need to work towards the elimination of racial discrimination and hate crimes in our world.
This screening will feature a facilitated discussion and Q & A.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS FILM DEALS WITH MATURE SUBJECT MATTER. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED
This event is made possible by a collaboration with the City of Markham and observes the Week of Solidarity with the Peoples Struggling Against Racism and Racial Discrimination. Declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 1979, March 21 to March 27 is a week of action to address racism and support those who are facing and fighting against racism and racial discrimination.