The Museum of Tolerance invites you to join us for 

The Noble Guardian

A film by Anna Coren


Thursday, September 28th 7:30pm

Mahbouba Seraj had what every other Afghan wanted. A US passport and protected passage through the frenzied masses that had descended on Kabul International Airport in late August 2021, desperate to flee Afghanistan and the brutal Taliban regime that had just seized power, following the US withdrawal. But this 73 year-old Afghan/American women of royal lineage courageously stayed to fight for the rights and safety of women, education for girls and to valiantly protect those living in the last remaining shelter for abused women.

Q&A following the screening with the film’s subject, Mahbouba Seraj, named one of Time Magazine’s “100 most influential people” and Director Anna Coren, an Emmy Award winning international correspondent for CNN.

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