The California African American Museum presents a discussion of the Rwandan Genocide Project.
Professor Donald E. Miller and Rev. Cecil L. Murray discuss the history of the Rwandan Genocide Project at USC, their recent trip to Rwanda, the current state of reconstruction in the country and efforts to support survivors. They also draw connections between the lessons learned from Rwanda about violence, reconciliation and development in South Los Angeles.
This discussion is in conjunction with the exhibition "Orphans of the Rwanda Genocide: Portraits of Survival and Hope" which opened on August 10, 2006 and runs through March 4, 2007.
Also on exhibition at CAAM, ¡Azúcar! The Life and Music of Celia Cruz - August 17 - November 5, 2006
Date: Saturday, October 14, 2006
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
California African American Museum (CAAM)
600 State Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037
Cost: Free and open to the public; parking is $6 at 39th and Figueroa
California African American Museum (CAAM) Tel: 213-744-7432
Sponsor(s): California African American Museum (CAAM), Center for Religion & Civic Culture, University of Southern California