Thursday, October 18, 2007

An Evening with the Leaders of the Burmese Democracy Movement in Exile

If you have been listening or watching the news lately, you may have heard of the pro democracy demonstration in Burma that was brutally silenced, just weeks ago. This demonstration intensified and resulted brutal murder of Buddhist monks and arrest of many others. The internet and many other media outlets were shut down by the Burmese government during this period. Since then, information of what transpired is to some degree unknown, but hopefully not forgotten.

DCIC is very pleased to have two high profile leaders of the 'Democracy Movement in Burma' gracing our event. They will be presenting an up-to-date insiders talk on the ongoing struggle with the Burmese authorities.

Join us on Saturday October 20th for an unforgettable evening and share the sumptuous food, company and engage in a thought-provoking, eye-opening discussion.If you plan to attend, please reply to the Evite.
Those who want to get free admission by contributing to the potluck dinner must reply to the Evite stating what type of dish they will bring, and must arrive no later than 6.30pm. Members who want to receive free admission in return for working one of the volunteer shifts must also reply to the Evite, and must arrange the volunteer shift in advance by emailing Tony at or calling 703-475-8328.

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