Screening & Discussion: Bhopali: A Chronicle of Lives Affected by the 1984 Union Carbide Gas Leak In Bhopal, India
Sat, December 10, 2011 4:00 pm at Alwan for the Arts
We would like to invite you to a screening of Bhopali, followed by a discussion with Sanjay Verma, Bhopal survivor and activist.
Doors open at 3:30 pm.
Donations encouraged; nobody turned away.
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Bhopali is a documentary about the experience of second-generation children affected by the world's worst industrial disaster - the 1984 Union Carbide Gas Leak in Bhopal, India. Thousands were killed and affected by this disaster – and the suffering continues even after 26 years. The Bhopal disaster did not happen, but rather is still happening to the people of the region...
Discussant Sanjay Verma is a Bhopal Gas Disaster survivor and activist. He is featured in the film, and has worked tirelessly for justice in Bhopal.
About the Event Organizers:
Founded in 1991, the Association for India' Development (AID) is a non-profit organization run by volunteers that is committed to the socio-economic development of India. To this end, AID works closely with various NGO's at the grassroots level and raises funds to support sustainable projects in interconnected spheres such as education, health, women's empowerment, environmental causes and people's rights.
The International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal (ICJB) is a coalition of organizations, non-profit groups, and individuals led by five Bhopal survivor organizations working in close alliance with others. The aim is to achieve justice and a life of dignity for the survivors of the Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal, which includes all affected by the gas leak of 1984 and the subsequent soil and water contamination, as well as the children whose health is affected as a result of their parents’ exposure. Beyond this we seeks to help, support, and share knowledge and resources with communities all over the world that are similarly impacted by chemical contamination and irresponsible development.
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