WAR CLOUDS, COMMUNAL VIOLENCE
(and a CONCERT for PEACE)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2002
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
November 1 is the 18th anniversary of the state-sponsored massacre of over 5,000 Sikhs in New Delhi. The ongoing violence in Gujarat is a stark reminder of this legacy of 1984. While people are forced to contend with such attacks, their security and progress are further threatened by the very real danger of war. Communal violence, war and terrorism have created deep insecurity for all people in the region. Who benefits from this? What are the avenues for change? What role must people play to end the politics of violence? Join us for a discussion meeting, followed by a concert for peace and friendship. (Read AIPSG Statement of Nov 2, 2002)
War & Communal Violence in South Asia:
What Role Must People Play?
Taper Hall, Rm. 212, USC, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Organized by Indian Progressive Study Group, LA
This is a free event. All are welcome.
Bing Theatre, USC, 7:30 p.m.
General Admission: $15; Students: $10
[USC Ticket Office at (213) 740-7111 (9 am – 5pm M-F)]
Sponsoring Organizations: SCIA-USC, IPSG-LA, South Asia Forum, SAN, USC Dept of Classics,
Dept of English, Office of Religious Life, IAC, and other groups.
South Asian food will be available on sale outside the Bing Theatre from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
For more information, please contact: