List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2005-02-10

    Panel: Internal Reform in Iran: Roots and Prospects.

    Boston Thursday - February 10, 2005     06:00 PM

    In the 100th anniversary of Iranian constitutional revolution, the Carr center presents:

    Internal Reform in Iran: Roots and Prospects

    A panel presenting:
    Janet Aafary, Professor of History, Purdue University
    Mehrangiz Kar, Iranian lawyer and women's rights activist
    Christopher de Bellaigue, Economist correspondent in Iran

    Moderated by:
    Michael Ignatieff, Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Director of Carr Center for Human Rights Policy

    When: Thursday February 10th, 2005
    Time: 6-7:30 PM
    Where: Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Wiener auditorium (Taubman bldng, ground flr). 79 JFK St., Cambridge, MA 02138. See map below:
    http://map.harvard.edu/level3.cfm?mapname=camb_allston&tile=E7&quadrant=D&series=M

    Free and open to public
    From: Hazhir Rahmandad (hazhir[at]mit.edu)

    Stanford University Civil Rights Panel From 9066 to 9/11: Community and Identity in Wartime America

    Bay Area - Peninsula Thursday - February 10, 2005     07:30 PM

    Thursday February 10, 2005
    7:30-9:30
    Stanford University
    Cubberly Auditorium

    The Asian American Activities Center, Asian American Studies Program, Muslim Student Awareness Network, Okada House, Sanskriti, Stanford Asian American Activism Coalition, and Stanford University Nikkei
    Present:


    artwork by Weston Teruya - wes@nocturnalguerillatactics.com

    "On February 19, 1942, President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 resulting in the forced evacuation and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans deemed a threat to the security of the United States solely on the basis of race. The lessons from this WWII experience are especially relevant today in light of the hate violence, deportations and incarcerations suffered by Muslims, Sikhs and others of South Asian and Middle Eastern descent since September 11, 2001. Speakers and performers will draw lessons from the past to inform our understanding of present day events."

    Speakers:
    Narinder Singh, Sikh Coalition
    Kiku Funabiki, Former WWII Internee
    Banafshe Akhlaghi, Attorney
    Sylvia Yanagisako, Professor of Cultural and Social Anthropology

    With performances by:
    Stanford Spoken Word Collective
    Asian American Theater Project
    Noopur

    Special Thanks to our Generous Donors: Charles Riddell Fund, Gene Awakuni – Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Cultural and Social Anthropology Department, Asian Languages Department, Office of Religious Life, Feminist Studies Program, Stanford Writing Center, American Studies Program, Modern Thought and Literature Program

    Co-sponsored by: Asian American Students Association, Bechtel International Center, Black Community Services Center, El Centro Chicano, Haas Center for Public Service, Leslie Hatamiya – Stanford Board of Trustees, LGBT Community Resources Center, Michael Choo – Stanford Board of Trustees, Native American Cultural Center, Office for Campus Relations, Persian Students Association, Satrang, Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club, Women's Community Center


    For more information visit:
    http://www.stanford.edu/group/a3c/9066.htm

    From: Mehdi J. (gte119i@yahoo.com)
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