Darfur Now Tour at Georgetown

28 Apr


PLEASE NOTE: Screening location has MOVED from McShain Lounge on Georgetown University Campus to ICC Auditorium on Georgetown University Campus

8:30pm-10pm at ICC Auditorium, Georgetown University (map)

PERFORMING LIVE: WALE / SOUTHEAST SLIM / DJ YZO / MASTAMIND DJ / 9pm-1:00am at Five Club,1214 18th St NW #B(map)

Across the country, tens of thousands of students have shown that we will not stand idly by in the face of genocide. From passing legislation to fundraising for relief and protection efforts in Darfur, we have declared that we are the anti-genocide generation.

But we can do more. That’s why STAND and Participant Productions are proud to sponsor a nationwide tour of the critically acclaimed new documentary, Darfur Now. Five schools around the country, chosen for their outspoken efforts to fight genocide, will host a special screening of Darfur Now and a concert to raise awareness, funds, and send the message that NOW is the time to end genocide in Darfur.

Explore the site to find a screening or concert in your area, listen to music from the artists on the tour, or watch clips about Darfur, STAND, and Participant Productions.

Are you ready to take a stand against genocide?


All events are free with suggested donation. All donations will go to Genocide Intervention Network (GI Net). Tickets are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Available at the box office of the venue. Attendees at Film Screening will receive a ticket to concert guaranteeing admission.

For VIP or Press credentials, contact Platform Media Group – Hilary Carver


DC Club Five
1214 18th St. NW #B
Washington D.C. 20036

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Posted by on April 28, 2008 in Bookmarks


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One response to “Darfur Now Tour at Georgetown

  1. dianeca

    May 1, 2008 at 5:07 am

    It’s time somebody takes a stand…okay I know people have been trying for years. Its so confusing, who gets military help and who doesn’t. There has been tons of media coverage of Darfur but the resources are not being administered to help them. Its impossible for me to understand.


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