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Mia Farrow and Bernard-Henri Lévy

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Crisis Darfur:
A Conversation with Mia Farrow
and Bernard-Henri Lévy

Tuesday, April 29, 2008 at 8pm

Guernica, a magazine of art and politics, hosts a discussion on Darfur, with actress and activist Mia Farrow, and acclaimed public intellectual Bernard-Henri Lévy. This special event explores why the atrocities in Darfur continue, and what role artists, intellectuals, and other witnesses can play to end a genocide that refuses to go away.

Ms. Farrow and Mr. Levy will each speak of their visits to the war-torn region and their urgent work to end the genocide—ongoing since 2003—by leveraging governments and international bodies, as well as mobilizing public opinion. Their speeches will be followed by a discussion moderated by Dinaw Mengestu on the continued efforts needed to definitively end the killings.

Related Links
Powerful Acts: An Interview with Mia Farrow (Guernica, July 2007)

In English

Tickets
FIAF & PEN Member $10
Non-Member $15
Student with ID $8

Venue
Florence Gould Hall
55 East 59th Street

Co-presented with
the PEN World Voices
Festival

Co-presented with Guernica:
A Magazine of Art and Politics

Images courtesy of
Pen American Center

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