3:00 pm | Doors open - Meet & Greet with HRW Research Lewis Mudge|
4:00 pm | Film Screening, followed by discussion
6:00 pm | Reception with wine and light hors d'oeuvres
The Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads School
3131 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, California 90404
Twenty years after the genocide, the powerful documentary, Sweet Dreams captures the uplifting story of a group of Hutu and Tutsi women who form Rwanda's first all-women drumming troupe and open its first ice cream shop.
Sweet Dreams explores the aftermath of the 1994 genocide through women's empowerment and the entrepreneurial spirit of today's Rwanda. It depicts the remarkable story of Ingoma Nshya, an all-women's drumming troupe, as they bring together women from both sides of the conflict , to build a place of support, healing and reconciliation and introduce a brand new business, Rwanda's first ever ice cream shop.
Human Rights Watch has documented the genocide and continues to report on human rights abuses in Rwanda.
Join us after the film for a discussion moderated by LA Times critic Kenneth Turan with Director Lisa Fruchtman and Human Rights Watch Rwanda Research Lewis Mudge.
All guests are invited to attend a reception with the panelists following the screening and discussion.
Sponsorship packages are available. For further information, to place order over the phone, or to pay by check, please contact Perrine Vaillant (310-477-5540 | firstname.lastname@example.org).
Proceeds from this event will support the work of Human Rights Watch (HRW) around the world.
Human Rights Watch's tax ID is 13-2875808.
Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads School (View)
3131 Olympic Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90404
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|