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International Students of Lewis & Clark (ISLC)

Screening of “Komora: To Heal”

Date: 7:15pm PDT January 31, 2013 PST Location: Templeton Campus Center

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Templeton Campus Center

Filmmaker Emmanuel Habimana was only nine 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. While it it not necessary to preregister, it will be helpful in our planning, as we anticipate a large audience for this screening. 

Parking is free on campus after 7 p.m. We invite you to preregister.

Register at: http://www.lclark.edu/live/events/15134-screening-of-komora-to-heal-with-co-director-and-lewis-amp-clark-student-emmanuel-habimana

Event Contact

Asraa Jaber - The president of the International Students of Lewis and Clark (ISLC)

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