Tuesday, August 31, 2004

SudAn: AI

Want to do more? You can organize a photo exhibit in your community. "Yesterday My Village Was Burned," a moving photo exhibit on the crisis in Darfur, will be launched on Capitol Hill in Washington DC in September, and includes testimonies of survivors of the violence in Darfur. Exhibits will also be on display in local libraries, community centers, and events across the country. You can download this exhibit and display it at your local library, school or other community area.
To do so, go to:
http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/ctt.asp?u=603844&l=9738 (This is a PDF file)
Use the downloadable guide to organize your own "Yesterday My Village Was Burned" exhibit : http://takeaction.amnestyusa.org/ctt.asp?u=603844&l=9730(This is a PDF file)
A complete packet including an invitation and tips for organizing the photo exhibit is available as a downloadable ZIP file:

( Photo: HRW)
Human Rights Watch:
Crisis in Darfur


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posted by Sybil Amber at 8/31/2004 07:47:00 PM


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