We are pleased to send you an invitation to be a guest at a private screening of “The Broken Promise,” an independent feature-length documentary, on July 28, at 6:15 p.m. at the Landmark E Street Cinema in Washington, D.C.
“The Broken Promise” explores the patterns of genocide, as well as the institutional failures that allow it to occur. With insights from genocide survivors and their children, lawmakers, scholars, and activists, “The Broken Promise” takes a hard look at humanity’s worst moments and the ways big business is complicit in allowing them to happen. The film shines a light on the ways we can oppose authoritarians and defend ourselves against these atrocities.
Congressman Jim McGovern, co-chair of the Tom Lantos Commission on Human Rights, will be making a brief statement at the screening. Following the screening, there will be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions of people who appear in the film.
We believe the message of this film has value to human rights leaders, academics and policy makers that aligns with our organization’s vision and values.
Please consider joining us at this screening.