Screening of “Komora: To Heal” with Co-Director and Lewis & Clark Student Emmanuel Habimana
Date: January 31 2013 7:15pm Location: Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber, with simulcast in Templeton, Stamm East
Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber, with simulcast in Templeton, Stamm East
Filmmaker Emmanuel Habimana was only 9 during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. His powerful story of survival is told through the film, Komora: to heal, a documentary co-directed by Emmanuel and Natalia Ledford, and sponsored by National Geographic.
Today Emmanuel is committed to a vision of the world filled with peace, hope and reconciliation. He was awarded the Dallaire Scholarship at Lewis & Clark College where he is currently enrolled in Academic English Studies.
A question and answer session with Emmanuel will follow the screening of the film.
This film screening is free and open to the general public. Parking is free on campus after 7 p.m.
NO SEATS REMAIN. ALL SEATING IN BOTH COUNCIL CHAMBER AND FOR THE SIMULCAST HAS BEEN RESERVED.
Event ContactMichael Ford
Associate Vice President for Campus Life