In memory of Monica Ross

Saturday 14 June. 7pm

The White Building, Hackney Wick, London
Free, all welcome

The 14th of June 2014 is the first anniversary of Monica’s death and the culmination of Anniversary—an act of memory.

You are invited to join Monica’s friends and family for an anniversary recitation of The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.

lf you feel you’d like to learn and recite an article from memory please do. You can add your chosen articles, the language/s you are reciting and your name on the scroll on your arrival.

Please meet at LADA from 7pm to do the scroll. The recitation will follow and will be led and supported by Andrew Mitchelson who will be reciting the preamble and any ‘vacant’ articles.

LADA is delighted to provide a space where Monica’s family and friends can come together to remember Monica. All are welcome whether  you want to recite or not.

Please contact Alice Ross [email protected] with any questions.

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acts of memory 2005 – 2010 solo, collective and multilingual recitations from memory of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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