Evans, whose story is told in TOGETHERNESS SUPREME
25,000 people living in the slums of Nairobi have seen it.
People all over Kenya are asking to see it.
NOW, we need YOUR HELP so they can see it.
A story of three youths, three tribes in one mega slum.
A story based on actual events.
A story of peace and reconciliation.
A story from Kibera to all of Kenya and the world, offering their talents to open up hearts and minds.
Here are a few quotes from viewers in Kibera:
“I pray for the movie Togetherness Supreme to go on, to encourage, to show people, to remind them they may become peaceful.” 38-year old man
“I liked that in the movie, people were working together despite coming from different tribes.” 19-year-old woman,
“The movie itself (Togetherness Supreme) can make somebody change from wrong to right." 37-year-old man.
“The movie (Togetherness Supreme) was encouraging. It was touching. And it led me to have some emotions and that is why I decided to shed my tears, because of all what happened here, it was right here. And when I saw the movie, when people are going looting here and there, I recalled losing each and every thing. So the movie touched me, it was good. And I pray that something like that won’t happen again. The movie was wonderful. I just wish you can bring it every week for other people to watch.” 36 year old woman
The people of Kibera have spoken. We hope you are listening and listening carefully.
If you are, then please, make their wishes come true.
Send TOGETHERNESS SUPREME around Kenya!
TOGETHERNESS SUPREME is the most powerful tool we have to build peace and unity among all peoples.
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THANKS for all you do!
Kibera youth setting up for TOGETHERNESS SUPREME
TOGETHERNESS SUPREME in Kayole slum, Nairobi