DARFUR/DARFUR is a multi- media exhibit that allows viewers the unique chance to experience the imagery of Darfur

Saturday, October 14, 2006
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

DARFUR/DARFUR is a traveling exhibit of digitally-projected changing images that provide visual education about the richly multi-cultural region while exposing the horrors of the ongoing humanitarian crisis. The event will present photographs taken in Darfur by former U.S. Marine Brian Steidle and photojournalists Lynsey Addario, Mark Brecke, Helene Caux, Ron Haviv, Paolo Pellegrin, and Michal Safdie, accompanied by traditional Sudanese music.


Agrippa O. Ezozo, founder and president of The African Diaspora Foundation introduces a keynote lecture by former U.S. Marine Brian Steidle, and other guests from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.

Admission: free

Cash Bar; Live music by Modiba Productions


October 14, 2006

7:00 – 11:00 pm

Exhibit Event: Open to the Public

UCLA Hammer Museum,

10899 Wilshire Blvd.

Los Angeles 90024

Funds raised in connection with Darfur/Darfur will be used to provide advocacy for solutions to the crisis in Darfur and to assist NGOs providing on the ground medical and social care in the region.

Before the Exhibit there will be a benefit for Doctors without Borders and other groups working in the region.

Benefit reception

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Napa Valley Grille

1100 Glendon Avenue

Los Angeles 90024


For more information and to reserve a place at the benefit reception, visit www.darfurdarfur.org

Cocktails provided by Starr African Rum

$100 Individual Ticket

$250 Individual Ticket with Print

(includes one ticket and a special exhibit print)

$1,000 Friend

(includes four tickets and a special exhibit print)

$2,500 Sponsor

(includes six tickets and a special exhibit print)

Darfur/Darfur is sponsored by Global Grassroots, a 501c3 non-profit organization. www.globalgrassroots.org

Cost : Free

For more information please contact:

Karina Garcia



Sponsor(s): Darfur Action Committee, Global Grassroots, The UCLA Hammer Museum