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Denver Film Society Workshop Scholarships 1510 York St., 3rd Floor Denver, CO 80206
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The American Revolution: A World War National Museum of American History Constitution Avenue, NW Between 12th and 14th Streets Washington, D.C.
Jun 26
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Mazmanian and Vincent Beer-Demander 720 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, California 90095

Bernard-Henri Lévy at Columbia University

Join Bernard-Henri Lévy, celebrated philosopher, activist and filmmaker, for a lively discussion on the philosophy of activism, international engagement and why committing oneself to others is not a choice but a moral requirement. Bernard-Henri Lévy answered the call of famed French writer and statesman André Malraux to support Bangladesh in the fight for independence and against genocide. Since then Lévy has filmed and given a voice to millions from Bosnia, Darfur and Colombia to Sri Lanka, Burundi, the Nuba Mountains, Pakistan, Libya, Afghanistan and most recently, Kurdistan. To engage in a lively discussion and learn more about Bernard-Henri Lévy's journey of activism,

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