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Come join UNH STAND work towards a future free of Genocide, by commemorating April as Genocide Awareness Month. As members of a global community, we owe to ourselves and others to fight against mass atrocity and systematic murder today, for a better tomorrow!
All month long we will be screening films about little known areas of conflict, and holding a brief discussion about what we, as students, can do to stop this violence. We will also be providing free movie snacks!
**All screenings will start at 7:00pm.
Thursday April 13: "Don't Fence Me in" - A look at Burma (Myanmar) and the ethnic conflict that is tearing the country apart, through the eyes of survivors and victims. - MUB 233
Monday April 17th: "The Son of the Olive Merchant" - The tragic story of the Armenian Genocide, which just this last year recognizes 100 years since its deadly end. MUB 203
Monday April 24th: "Stolen Generations" - A tale of survival in a changed outback, that looks at the oppression of the Native Australians.
All of these screenings are FREE! Bring friends and help us in our mission!
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