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Movie Screening "Black Christmas"

Ein Dokumentarfilm von Mark Kaplan

“Black Christmas” is a documentary that shows a perpetrator’s journey of transformation and his expression of remorse for the racially motivated 1996 Christmas Eve bombing in Worcester. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

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“Black Christmas” is a documentary that shows a perpetrator’s journey of transformation and his expression of remorse for the racially motivated 1996 Christmas Eve bombing in Worcester. The documentary , directed by award-winning film maker Mark Kaplan, deals with the complexity of forgiveness and the question of what the appropriate response to gross human rights violations should be after Apartheid. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

This Worcester screening of the documentary “BLACK CHRISTMAS”, jointly hosted by the Khulumani Support Group (Worcester), the Restitution Foundation, the University of Stellenbosch (SUN), the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) was visited by more than 100 participants from the town of Worcester, mostly from disadvantaged communities.

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Venue

Klein Theatre
Russell Street,
6849 Worcester
Republic of South Africa

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Speakers

  • Prof. Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela
    • SUN
  • Harris Sebeko
    • Khulumani Support Group
  • Mark Kaplan
    • Film maker
  • Linda Sibeko
    • former Mayor of Worcester
  • Fatima Omardien
    • Survivor
  • Dr Elize Morkel
    • Durch Reformed Church.
Contact

Christina Teichmann

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Project Manager (KAS-Office Cape Town) / Strong Cities 2030 Coordinator

Christina.Teichmann@kas.de +27 21 422 3844 +27 21 422 1733
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