Sanhati & Association for India’s Development ( AID ) present Dr. Binayak Sen Film Festival ( Part of Free Binayak Sen Campaign – A TRIBUTE TO Dr. SEN ).
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Dr. Binayak Sen Film Festival ( Part of Free Binayak Sen Campaign – A TRIBUTE TO Dr. SEN )
July 5th, 2008 ( Saturday ) 2pmSmith Center Auditorium Portland State University ( PSU )1825 SW Broadway Portland, Oregon 97201
Movies to be Screened
1. In the name of medicine ( 25 mins )- On hazardous banned pharmaceuticals in India2. The Bitter Drink ( 26 mins ) – Coca Cola and struggle for privatization of natural resources, especially water3. Development Flows from barrel of the gun ( 58 mins )– State violence on people affected by development projects4. Resilient Rythms( 64 mins ) – Dalit responses to marginalization, from armed struggle to electoral politics
Visit : sanhati.com/binayak_sen www.aidportland.org/
Dr Binayak Sen, a world renowned social activist and winner of 2008 Jonathan Mann award, has been unjustly imprisoned by the Chattisgarh ( India ) government. This film festival focuses on several social issues affecting India today, some of which Dr.Sen tried to address.
CONTACT : Siddhartha Mitra at firstname.lastname@example.org( 503-914-8425 )