Amelia Boynton Robinson dies at 104 Civil Rights Icon changed America Final Speech at Cinema for Peace Los Angeles
The Cinema for Peace Foundation presents the film “Tranquilandia” together with the Lateinamerikaforum/ Foro de las Américas and the human rights organization kolko Menschenrechte für Kolumbien e.V. on the occasion of the current peace talks between the Colombian government and the guerilla group FARC.
Cinema for Peace encouraged artists, filmmakers and human rights activists to meet and discuss freedom of speech, human rights and democracy.
Radicalism is out of control if the war in Syria is not stopped
Srebrenica was an UN Safe Area in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Despite it`s designation as an area “free from any armed attack or any other hostile act,” it was overrun and captured by the forces of the Army of Republika Srpska on July 11th, 1995. In the days following the fall of Srebrenica, over 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were systematically massacred in the greatest atrocity to occur on the European continent since WWII.