Thursday, March 31: An Evening in South Africa

Looking for something to do tomorrow evening?  Check out the following event announcement:

UNC Cape Town 2010 Students Present:
AN EVENING IN SOUTH AFRICA

THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 5:30-7:15, Graham Memorial room 039

Produced and Presented by
STUDENTS in the FALL 2010 CAPE TOWN HONORS STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM

Welcome – Sarah Collman
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“The Note” -Introduction by Jennifer Paxton
In the hours leading up to a funeral, four people discover that reconciliation doesn’t come from truth alone. This play examines the cultural stigmas associated with homosexuality and AIDs in post-apartheid South Africa.
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“Conflict Diamonds” – -Introduction by Chelsea Bailey
South Africa is home to some of the largest diamond mines in the world – but would you buy a diamond if you knew it cost someone’s life?
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Vinny Klokman AKA Irwin Presents: “Wild in Cape Town”
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“Elephant Culling” – -Introduction by Caitlin Pardue
Each year, thousands of elephants are killed in South Africa’s game reserves in an effort to curb their population.
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“Grafitti” – -Introduction by Ari van den Akker
Cape Town has cultivated a vibrant and growing street art scene, but a new bylaw targeting graffiti artists threatens to end their art.
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