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WHAT'S COMING UP?

"INVISIBLE CHILDREN" VIDEO


Do not miss this Despicable and compelling real life Video that shows the plight and suffering of former  Child Soldiers from northern Uganda. These children were forcefully abducted, abused and forced to kill  and plunder. Now they tell their own story in a chilling video.

 

Date: Saturday June 4th, 2005

Venue: Lower Lounge, William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh

Time: 4:00PM to 6:00PM

Admission is Free! Donations are encouraged and is tax deductible

 

Contact: Peter Okema

Phone: (412) 657-8513.   Email: peterokema@gmail.com

Watch video trailers online at

 http://www.invisiblechildren.com   

 
Brought to you by the AFRICA PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION
and the  AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANIZATION, University of Pittsburgh.

***NOTE: Contact us if you like us to bring the video and show it to your organization, school, church, workmates or friends.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

UGANDAN CHILDREN ART FOR PEACE EXHIBITION

Date: Saturday June 4th, 2005
Venue: Lower Lounge, William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh

Date: Saturday June 11th, 2005 --CANCELLED!

Venue:Art Gallery, William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh
Time:10:00AM to 6:00PM

Daily Exhibition: Thomas Merton Center Lobby
5125 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15244
Admission is Free! Donations are encouraged and is tax deductible

Proceeds will be put up for the publication of the children's art into a book.

Contact:
Peter Okema
Coordinator,
Africa Peace and Human Rights Education
Tel: 1-(412)-657-8513
Online: http//www.africantransatlantic.org


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