Flores de Septiembre ("Flowers of September")
Monday March 29, 2004 5:30 PM
Location: General Classroom Bldg. 718
Member Sponsor: Fernando Reati
Member Sponsor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description Of Event
Documentary in Spanish with English subtitles
Personal commentary by:
(A survivor of the "Vesubio" concentration camp in Argentina)
Additional Event Notes
During Argentina’s Dirty War in the 1970s, a group of students from the Carlos Pellegrini High School in Buenos Aires were abducted by the military and taken to the "Vesubio" secret detention center. Many of them were never seen again and today are among the thousands who disappeared. Alejandra Naftal was 17 when abducted and she is among the few survivors of "Vesubio" whose stories are recounted in Flores de Septiembre. Today, Alejandra Naftal is the general director of the Oral Testimony Archives project of the non-profit organization Memoria Abierta ("Open Memory") dedicated to preserving the memory of Dirty War victims.
General Classroom Bldg. at Georgia State University is located at the corner of
Decatur St. and Peachtree Center Ave. - 2 blocks from Five Points MARTA Station.
Open to the public
For more information, call: Dept. of Modern and Classical Languages, (404) 651-2265