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Film Screening and Discussion: “My Neighbor, My Killer”

Just a friendly neighborhood reminder from Izzy Litke ’12 that tomorrow is May 1:

Gacaca is a form of citizen-based justice established in Rwanda in an attempt to address the crimes of the 1994 genocide. In a series of documentaries, director Anne Aghion charts the impact of this experiment in transitional justice on survivors and perpetrators alike. Join us for a screening of “My Neighbor, My Killer” (2009 Cannes Film Festival Official Selection), followed by a discussion with Anne Aghion.

Date: Tuesday, May 1
Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Place:  Center for Film Studies 190 (Powell Family Cinema)
Cost: Free

WeSTAND Presents: A Rwanda Nonprofit’s Perspective

Barbaralynn Moseman ’13 of WeSTAND writes in to tell y’all ’bout this real cool talk that’s happening Tuesday evening:

WeSTAND Presents: A Rwanda Nonprofit’s Perspective

Come to hear Michael Brotchner, founder of Generation Rwanda and Wes Alum speak about conflict in Rwanda and working as the first executive director for Generation Rwanda. Food from typhoon will be served!

Date:   April 19
Time:   5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Place:  Usdan 108