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Tribute reading to Zehra Doğan

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Tribute reading to Zehra Doğan

Photograph of a reading event organised by the Quebecois Centre and held in tribute to Kurdish writer, journalist and artist Zehra Doğan on 30 May 2019, at the Plateau-Mont-Royal Library, in Montréal. Doğan was arrested in 2016 and sentenced to more than two years of imprisonment, in 2017, for a painting where she drew turkish flags on top of destroyed buildings. She was released in February of 2019. Standing, from left to right: Isabelle Morrissette; Germaine Beaulieu, former chair of the Women Writers Committee at the Quebecois Centre; Nancy Lange; José Acquelin, in the back; and Claire Varin. Sitting: Monique Proulx, on the left; and Élise Turcotte, on the right.

Lecture-hommage à Zehra Doğan

Photographie d'un événement de lecture-hommage organisé par le Centre québécois en l'honneur de l'écrivaine, journaliste et artiste kurde Zehra Doğan, le 30 mai 2019, à la Bibliothèque du Plateau-Mont-Royal, à Montréal. Doğan était arrêtée en 2016 et condamnée, en 2017, à plus de deux ans d'emprisonnement pour une peinture où allait représenté des drapeaux turcs sur des bâtiments détruits. Elle a été libérée en février 2019. Debout, de gauche à droite: Isabelle Morrissette; Germaine Beaulieu, ancienne présidente du Comité des Femmes Écrivaines au Centre québécois; Nancy Lange; José Acquelin, à l'arrière; et Claire Varin. Assises: Monique Proulx, à gauche; et Élise Turcotte, à droite.

Recital-homenaje a Zehra Doğan

Fotografía de un recital literario organizado por el Centro Quebequés en honor de la escritora, periodista y artista kurda Zehra Doğan, el 30 de mayo de 2019, en la biblioteca Plateau-Mont-Royal de Montreal. Doğan fue detenida en 2016 y sentenciada a más dos años de prisión en 2017, por una pintura en la que dibujó dos banderas turcas colgando en edificios destrozados. Fue liberada en febrero de 2019. De pie, de izquierda a derecha: Isabelle Morrissette; Germaine Beaulieu, expresidenta del Comité de Mujeres Escritoras del Centro Quebequés; Nancy Lange; José Acquelin, al fondo; y Claire Varin. Sentadas: Monique Proulx, izquierda; and Élise Turcotte, derecha.

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30/05/2019

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Quebecois Centre

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Quebecois Centre  (Centre québécois du P.E.N. International)

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