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Saturday, January 20th, 2018

Roe V. Wade Anniversary Screening of Abortion: Stories Women Tell

with Live Performance by Ohmme


Time: 6:30PM

Admission: $5-$10 sliding scale requested donation | All Ages

Doors: 6:00PM

Abortion: Stories Women Tell offers an intimate window into the lives of women living in Missouri under restrictive abortion laws. Some women, on both sides of the issue, find the choice easy to make due to their own circumstances and beliefs, while others simply inform us of the strength and capacity of women to overcome and persevere through complicated and unexpected circumstances. Abortion: Stories Women Tell presents a candid dialogue about one of the timeliest issues facing America today. Learn more about the film at https://www.storieswomentell.com/. (There will be a guided discussion following the film).
Ohmme is an experiment in voice and sound by Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart. They joined forces in 2014, inspired by the free improvisational music scene in Chicago, and influenced by folk and avant-garde rock. Their combined vocal and musical talents yield an incredible dichotomy of harmony and chaos that leaves the audience wanting more. OHMME has been compared to PJ Harvey, Nirvana, and Kate Bush, but their innate chemistry creates something uniquely satisfying and wholly different from their predecessors. Their self-titled EP will be released on June 30, 2017 on Fox Hall Records. You can find more information on their website – http://www.ohmmemusic.com.
Presented by Planned Parenthood and Kings
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