An Evening of Remembrance
In Film, Poetry, and Reflection on March 11, 2012, Sunday at 4pm
MIT Room 4-231
Please join us to mark the 10th year of the Gujarat massacre, in which thousands of people, mostly Muslims, were killed and about 200,000 internally displaced in the period between February-March 2002. Our event will start with the film “Had Anhad.” This film follows the 15th-century Indian poet Kabir through a journey of song and music as his modern-day followers try to spread a message of the common ground between people of many different religions. The film showing will be followed by song and poetry performances.
Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia
Indian-American Muslim Council
Association for India’s Development
South Asians for Justice