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"Smallest Witnesses" Private Showing

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3/9/2006, 5:30 PM

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Human Rights Watch in partnership with Chicago's Spertus Museum present "Smallest Witnesses" — The Crisis in Darfur through Children's Eyes

Private Showing

Thursday, March 9, 2006
Reception & Exhibition Viewing 5:30 PM
Program 6:30 PM


Georgette Gagnon, Deputy Director of Africa Division, Human Rights Watch

Ms. Gagnon, an international human rights lawyer, leads a team of Human Rights Watch researchers who have worked intensively on Darfur. Olivier Bercault, Emergencies Researcher, Human Rights Watch Mr. Bercault has conducted emergency missions on behalf of Human Rights Watch to Chad, Algeria, Afghanistan, and Iraq. He is one of the researchers responsible for bringing back the Smallest Witnesses drawings.


State Senator Jacqueline Y. Collins, 16th District

Former journalist and Emmy-award nominated editor for CBS-TV, Senator Collins initiated, drafted and successfully passed the nation's first state-sponsored Sudan divestment legislation.

Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies
618 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois

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