The Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA) presents the screening of the Cave, in partnership with the National Geographic, Picture Motion, and Osmosis.
The Cave is a documentary film about “the story of humanitarian Dr. Amani Ballour and how she risks her life to provide medical support for the residents of a Syrian city under attack. Directed by Oscar nominee Feras Fayyad (LAST MEN IN ALEPPO), this is a tremendous film that Variety notes has a ‘defiantly countering sense of hope.'”
Join us for a special Q/A and panel discussion following the film.
The Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA) is a 501(c)3 civic and community organization committed to promoting individual freedom and diversity, and to celebrating Muslim American heritage.
The Muslim American Leadership Alliance is dedicated to leadership through integrity, and as such provides a platform for people to share their individual stories and to speak for themselves. MALA nurtures emerging community leaders and unites Americans of all backgrounds to advance constructive solutions to extremism and human rights abuses. MALA is open to choice . To learn more, visit MALAnational.org
Osmosis is the most powerful platform for learning medicine and the health sciences. Used by over 1 million learners globally, Osmosis’s mission is to empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. The Osmosis platform houses a growing library of 1,200+ videos, 8,000+ clinical case questions, 15,000 flashcards, and 1,000+ High-Yield Notes. To learn more, visit Osmosis.org.