Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Nacho Hernandez's Tindouf photo exhibit in DC Wednesday


Photo by Nacho Hernandez

Photographer Nacho Hernandez visited the Tindouf refugee camps last year, and a week from today he'll show the pictures he took.

The photos will be on display from 11 AM to 8PM in the Rayburn Foyer, in the Rayburn House Office Building. There's a reception by 6 to 8 PM. It's co-hosted by the US-Western Sahara Foundation and Representatives Trent Franks, Tim Ryan, and Zach Wamp (good to see Zach Wamp sticking with Western Sahara). To RSVP email RSVP@venividiphoto.com

The last US-WS Foundation event I went to in Rayburn, the Aminatou Haidar reception, was great. You ought to go, because I'm sure it'll be a blast. Clever idea to put it in Congress where hopefully a few staffers and representatives will stop by and learn more about Western Sahara.

2 comments:

  1. WESTER SAHARA IS A MOROCCAN TERRITORY 1400 YEARS AGO? STOP BIENG REDICULOS
    i can see that algerians and thier backed torrorist group polisario, likes alying with words, the first thing, western sahara is moroccan,lear more about histrical facts before believing lies. second morocco fight and with fight forever terrorists, is for that algerians and thier allies polisario, says that the god of moroccans is bush,Morocco protect the europe back door from terror, whey because morocco,was there alays to help,60000 soldiers to fight against hitler, morocco is the only country who accepted to help jew in 1300, spanish expultion, so don't talk about something you don't know next time, believe the hstorical right of morocco to recover his territory

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  2. Like I said to your other comment above: good on Morocco for fighting terrorists and helping Jews, bad on Morocco for occupying Western Sahara, abrogating international law, and refusing to hold a fair referendum.

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