Free Documentary Film Screening

Join us for this special screening of "Victory to Change," a documentary about the intersection of journalism, human rights and social activism in rural India. We are being hosted by the Letelier Theater in Georgetown, recently selected as the District of Columbia One City Location of the Month.

The evening will begin with a pre-screening reception featuring Indian cuisine followed by a High-Definition screening of the film and a Q&A with activist Varsha Jawalkgekar via Skype from Bihar, India.

October 11th - 7PM
Letelier Theater
3251 Prospect St NW, Upper Courtyard
Washington, DC 20007

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About the Film:

Victory to Change tells the story of two remarkable activists, Varsha Jawalkgekar and Mukesh Rajak, as they fight for the most marginalized members of Indian society. Varsha and Mukesh are community organizers and citizen journalists, educating and motivating the people in the communities they serve while simultaneously working to expose corruption and injustice. Varsha and Mukesh routinely face harassment, potential imprisonment and even death threats from an opposition that will fight to maintain the power dynamics that have been in place for centuries.

Through the leadership of Varsha and Mukesh, communities that have historically acquiesced to discrimination and violence are learning to affirm their dignity and fight for their rights. This revolution is embodied in the slogan Varsha uses to greet the members of her community: "Jai Parivartan!" - Victory to Change.

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  • Greg

    Hello all, I'm the co-producer of "Victory to Change" and I'm organizing tomorrow night's screening. The Letelier Theater is located on the Upper Courtyard of 3251 Prospect St. and can be hard to find. Just look for the staircase next to Cafe Milano.

    If you have any trouble finding the venue, feel free to give me a call at[masked] 0366. Thanks! Looking forward to seeing you all there!


    October 10, 2012

  • Yuna

    Thanks Greg, for hosting this event.

    1 · September 28, 2012

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