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Center for Balkan
Development

2 CLOCK TOWER PLACE #510
MAYNARD, MA 01754
Tel: 978-461-0909
Fax: 978-461-2552
[email protected]
www.balkandevelopment.org

New England
Commemoration
for Srebrenica
July 11, 2005
Zero Arrow Theatre
Zero Arrow Street
Cambridge, MA
7:30 pm
Free and open to the public


Click here for directions.

Sponsored by the Center for Balkan Development, Physicians for Human Rights, the American Repertory Theatre, the Carr Foundation, and the Islamic Society of Boston.

Co-sponsored by Connecticut Friends of Bosnia, Facing History and Ourselves, International Institute of Boston, and Northeast Regional Chapter of Amnesty International USA.

Sonata for Cello Solo, No. 1
Performed by Cynthia Forbes, cellist. Composition by Vuk Kulenovic

Participatory Commemoration
Led by Westy Egmont, Executive Director, International Institute of Boston and Anwar Kazmi, president of the Massachusetts Muslim-American Alliance.

“Crimes and Punishment”
45-minute documentary by Norwegian filmmaker Maria F. Warsinski. Using clandestine video footage taken in Srebrenica, Warsinski presents a searing, moving visual indictment of Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic, orchestrators of the destruction of Srebrenica, the site of the worst civilian massacre in Europe since World War II.

Discussion afterwards with:

Merzudin Ibric: Survivor from Srebrenica. Ten years later at 19, graduated from Revere High School as New England track star

Susannah Sirkin: Deputy Director, Physicians for Human Rights

Jasmina Cesic: author of “River Runs Salt, Runs Sweet: A Memoir of Visegrad, Bosnia”

Glenn Ruga: Executive Director, Center for Balkan Development

Photographs from Srebrenica to be displayed in theatre lobby.

For online petition to arrest Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, and additional information on Srebrenica and events world-wide commemorating this tragedy, see:
www.balkandevelopment.org

For more information, call 978.461.0909