Monday, February 27th

Zika (2016)

Directors: Debora Diniz

They came from remote areas of Paraíba, a state in northeastern Brazil. They are everyday women and doctors. Pregnancy is a time of waiting and discovery. Together, they are moving science forward and learning how to survive the Zika virus epidemic in Brazil.
*Introduced by filmmaker
Preceded by a Panel on Zika.
– Kearsley Stewart, Duke Global Health Institute, Chair
– Debora Diniz, University of Brasilia (Anthropology and Law), filmmaker
– Jonathan Katz, Freelance journalist, author of The Big Truck That Went By.
Reception (Dinner) to follow the screening
Smith Warehouse. Bay 4, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall. Durham. 6pm.