Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We are proud to announce TheFullMonte Night - an interactive evening of films,
stories, and discussion, hosted by Speakeasy DC.
When: 8pm - 10pm, Tuesday, August 8th, 2006
Where: HR-57 1610 14th Street NW.
$5 dollar cover
"Vacationing In Afghanistan", and commentary from Aaron Rockett's recent
return from Afghanistan.
"Glimpses of Marla": our portrait of human rights activist Marla Ruzicka.
Marla's life brought grace and love to those who needed them most in
Afghanistan and Iraq. Her tragic death, challenged the leaders of the "War
on Terror" with a question: "How many Iraqi's have died?"
"Unknown Wars": exploring the darker regions of this world. FullMonte
contributor, Jonathan Alpeyrie, presents still photographs from the
conflicts of Nepal, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Congo, South Ossetia and
View Jon's Photos
Our Host Speakeasy DC, promotes story telling for adults with live
performance and audience participation.
NOTE: Table seating. Beer, wine, soda and soul food are offered, or bring
your own. There is a $3.00 charge for those who bring alcohol.
New Video Post: "Power for the People"
Now available on our website, the FullMonte presents a new short film
entitled "Power for the People". Shot in the Afghan countryside, the film
follows an American man who has helped spearhead micro-hydroelectric power
systems in several rural villages.
New Article Post: "Will Democracy Prevail in Haiti"
From the city streets of Port-au-Prince, FullMonte contributor Michael
Kleinfeld, provides an insightful account, though his photos and writing, of
the courage and unrest surrounding the 2006 Haitian presidential election.
View Story and Photos
FullMonte Blogs: Exclusive Coverage from Abroad
Aaron Rockett has returned to Afghanistan to continue his documentary work
there, this time with National Geographic. He is presently blogging about
his experiences on the ground.