DC Benefit for Visions To Peace Project:

As we struggle to end cycles of violence in our local communities, what can we learn from Rwandans’ efforts to heal and rebuild in the aftermath of genocide?

This event is for YOUTH, YOUNG ADULTS, and OLDER FOLKS!! There will be inter-generational dialogue (in the form of small group discussions) after the film screening and poetry performance. Please spread the word!!!

Radical Forgiveness: A Report-Back from Rwanda
Monday, March 29, 2010

6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Army Solomon G. Brown Corps Community Center
2300 Martin Luther King Ave. SE Washington , D.C. 20020
(Two blocks from the Anacostia Metro Station – Green Line)


As We Forgive – a film by Laura Waters Hinson

Performance by SLAM Poet Sonya Renee Taylor

Could you forgive a person who murdered your family?

This is the question faced by the subjects of As We Forgive, a documentary about Rosaria and Chantal— two Rwandan women coming face-to-face with the men who slaughtered their families during the 1994 genocide.

Struggling to live again as neighbors, these survivors and killers discover the power and the pain of radical reconciliation.

A variety of East African Food will be served!

RSVP to johonnam@yahoo.com or call 301-675-5178.


Donations requested to benefit the Visions to Peace Project: http://www.visionispower.org

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