Events in 2012

2012-12-12 A Discussion on the Current Crisis in Sudan, 7-9 PM, featuring Zeinab Mohamed Balandia, Executive Director, Ru’ya (Vision) Association, Bethel AME Church Fellowship Hall, 38 Walk Hill St, Jamaica Plain 02130. Sponsored by My Sister’s Keeper and Sisterhood for Peace Network. Flyer here.
2012-12-02 Hands-on artmaking event, 3-6 PM, St. Ann Parish, 399 Medford Street, Somerville, to raise awareness of atrocities in the DRC. Sponsored by Congolese Genocide Awareness and One Million Bones. Flyer here.
2012-11-29 On Our Watch: Five Colleges Stand for Sudan, 4-7 PM, UMass Student Union, Amherst.  Speakers include Dr. Eric Reeves from Smith College, Dr. Ervin Staub from UMass, and refugees Mohamed Elgadi and James Garang. Film screenings and a small art exhibit to raise awareness and to display the struggles of the people in Darfur and South Sudan. The event will also feature live music by Primate Fiasco and Emmanuel Jal. Food and beverages will be provided. Flyer here.
2012-11-08 AMEN Projects show, reception, discussion, reception from 4-6 PM, discussion from 6-8 PM, about the group show of paintings advocating universal acceptance and harmony in response to a church burning in Gireif Residentail Area, Khartoum, in April 2012, at Boston College, Bapst Library, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, featuring works by Khalid Kodi and other artists: AMEN: Artists Movement to Engage Nonviolence.
2012-10-29
to 2012-11-10
AMEN Projects show, a group show of paintings advocating universal acceptance and harmony in response to a church burning in Gireif Residentail Area, Khartoum, in April 2012, at Boston College, Bapst Library, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, featuring works by Khalid Kodi and other artists: AMEN: Artists Movement to Engage Nonviolence.
2012-10-23 Have we forgotten the Darfur genocide?, 5:00-6:30 pm, panel discussion with International Justice Project co-founders Wanda Akin and Raymond Brown, Boston College, Fulton Hall, Room 511.
2012-10-11 A Push for US Involvement: Sudan and South Sudan, 5:00-6:30 pm, panel discussion with Omer Ismail from ENOUGH, Nada Mustafa Ali, Visiting Assistant Professor, International Development and Social Change, Clark University, and Eric Cohen from Mass. Coalition, Boston College, McGuinn Hall, Room 121.
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