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Shabnam Hashmi Program on Gujarat Riots
While Patriotic India is Busy in Its Jingoism, the Victims of the Continuing Genocide in Gujarat Are Rotting
By Shabnam Hasmi, June 21, 2002
Thoughts from Shabnam Hashmi in New Delhi
June 20, 2002
Appeal from Sahmat
Sahmat exhibition gets big response
HTC, Friday, March 22, 2002
New Delhi The response to the photo exhibitions and sale of artworks organised in the Capital to raise funds for relief and rehabilitation of the riot victims in Gujarat has been overwhelming with the sale crossing Rs 3 lakh on Thursday. ..
This was announced by the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT), which has organised the exhibition. SAHMAT had urged the artists to send their works for the sale. Over 121 works were collected, which included many of well-known artists like Satish Gujral, Arpana Caur and Jatin Das.
Ethnic Cleansing In Ahmedabad: A Preliminary Report, SAHMAT, Fact Finding Team To Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad, 10-11th March 2002
Pluralism in India : A Retrospective
August 9, 2002
Where and When:
Aug. 9, 7 PM
Sequoia Center, Buena Park
Shabnam Hashmi, cultural activist, associated with SAHMAT, New Delhi.
Dr Vinay Lal, Associate Professor, History Dept., UCLA.
Hashmi will also display a Poster Exhibition : Harvest Of Hatred,
and present a video-reportage on Gujarat : Evil Stalks the Land produced by SAHMAT.
Coalition for an Egalitarian & Pluralistic India South Asia Forum and IMRC