Chile: I Do Not Take Your Name in Vain
"The Chilean government is a military regime that seized power in the coup of 1973, murdering Salvador Allende the democratically elected president, along with a conservatively estimated 15,000 civilians." The film chronicles the emergence of mass opposition to the military dictatorships in 1983.
The purpose of the screening is to educate and raise money for a women's group in LO Hermida, one of the biggest shantytowns in Santiago, who provide communal kitchens and a source of employment to shantytown dwellers.