Rise4Justice Series Continues with Dr. Denis Mukwege in Conversation with Eve in NYC
Don’t miss the second event in our RISE4JUSTICE Speakers Series!
Tuesday, October 29
6:30 – 8:30pm
(Doors open at 6:00pm)
Deepak Homebase at ABC Carpet & Home
888 Broadway at E. 19 Street, NYC
$25* General Admission available at vday.org/dm
$10* V-Day Activist rate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
V-Day also has a limited amount of sponsored tickets available, free of charge. If you need a sponsored ticket, please email email@example.com
An Evening with Dr. Denis Mukwege & Eve Ensler is part of the RISE4JUSTICE Speakers Series which will examine the meaning of justice to activists working globally to end gender violence and oppression, while looking at impunity caused by the intersection of poverty, racism, war, the plunder of the environment, capitalism, imperialism, and patriarchy. The series is presented by V-Day, the global activist movement to end violence against women and girls, and ABC Carpet & Home.
Dr. Mukwege is the Director and Founder of the ground-breaking Panzi General Referral Hospital in Bukavu, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo, where he performs life-saving fistula surgeries on girls and women who have been brutally raped and mutilated in the Congolese war. He is also the head of the Panzi Foundation, which runs the City of Joy, and the Godfather of the V-Men movement.
*100% of the proceeds will go to the Panzi Foundation, supporting the ongoing work of Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, DRC and creating new outreach projects to rural clinics and communities.
RISE4JUSTICE: Malalai Joya:
“For my people, peace without justice is meaningless.”
On Saturday, 5 October, 200 people gathered together for a sold-out evening at the beautiful Deepak Homebase, located in the heart of Manhattan at ABC Carpet & Home. Women, men, andyouth came from throughout the five boroughs and from as far away as Buffalo to see Afghan activist and author Malalai Joya in conversation with Eve Ensler.
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