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Events in 2009

An Evening with Carl Wilkens
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An Evening With Carl Wilkens

Almost a million people were slaughted over 100 days in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994. Carl Wilkens was the only American who chose to stay. Join us to hear his personal and chilling first-hand account. 
october 2009

Shake Hands With The Devil
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Shake Hands With The Devil

Based on General Dallaire's best selling book of the same title, this is the most powerful documentary produced about the Rwandan genocide. Unflinching. Gut-wrenching. Challenging. Hard-hitting.
october 2009

The Reckoning:  The Battle for the International Criminal Court
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The Reckoning

An epic, nail-biting account of the new International Criminal Court's struggle to prosecute perpetrators — however powerful or concealed they may be — of crimes against humanity.
September 2009

I Dreamed That Love Would Never Die
workshop

I Dreamed That Love Would Never Die

What does it mean when it keeps hurting? Why do some people "get over it" more easily than others? Join us for a workshop on healing from loss, grief and heartbreak. 
September 2009

when anxiety holds you back
workshop

When Anxiety Holds You Back

Those of us who are anxious often feel compelled to keep what we are afraid of a secret. Join us in this workshop where we explore the nature of anxiety and learn how to overcome this shame. 
July 2009

living ubuntu summer body group
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Summer body group: Grounding and Relatedness

A regular body group on Sunday afternoons to ground, stretch, breathe and re-experience what it feels like to live in our own skin.
June - august 2009

darfur background
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A discussion with Mark Hanis

Join us for a conversation with Mark Hanis, a grandson of holocaust surviors and the founder of Genocide Intervention Network. 
June 2009

Ghosts of Rwanda
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Ghosts of Rwanda

How could it happen that world stood aside and did nothing to stop the slaughter of 800,000 human beings over 100 days? 
April 2009

In Darfur (presented by OC for Darfur)
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In Darfur

OC for Darfur and Moving Target Theatre present this critically acclaimed play by Winter Miller about three lives intersecting at a refugee camp in Darfur, Sudan. 
Mar - Dec 2009

End violence against women in Darfur
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End violence against women in Darfur

Join us to watch "Reclaiming Dignity", a film which tells the personal stories of women who have survived attacks and sexual violence in Darfur.
February 2009

i vote for darfur
talk

City of Lost Children

Daily Pilot photographer Kent Treptow visited Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, and the coldest capital in the world, to tell the tale of children living in manholes to stay warm.
january 2009

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