Berta Didn't Die, She Multiplied

Film Screening and Discussion

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Directed by Sam Vinal (Honduras/U.S.A., 2017)

Friday, March 2, 2018
Time: 5:00 pm | 160 Kroeber Hall

Join CLAS for a screening of the documentary on the legacy of Berta Cáceres, the indigenous Honduran environmental activist whose defense of her people’s lands successfully pressured the world’s largest dam builder to pull out of the Agua Zarca Dam at the Río Gualcarque. After winning the Goldman Environmental Prize in 2015, she was assassinated on March 3, 2016. In Spanish with English subtitles.

After the screening, there will be a discussion featuring:

· Silvio Carrillo, a filmmaker, producer, and the nephew of Berta Cáceres, and

· Roxanna Altholz, an international human rights lawyer, and co-author of the recent Dam Violence: The Plan That Killed Berta Cáceres.

Video preview of Berta Didn't Die, She Multiplied

Silvio Carrillo speaks prior to the screening about his aunt, Berta Cáceres, and her murder. (Photo by Isabel Nogueira.)
Silvio Carrillo speaks prior to the screening about his aunt, Berta Cáceres, and her murder. (Photo by Isabel Nogueira.)

Silvio Carrillo (left) speaks with audience members after the event. (Photo by CLAS staff.)
Silvio Carrillo (left) speaks with audience members after the event. (Photo by CLAS staff.)

Roxanna Altholz (right) talks with audience members after the event. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)
Roxanna Altholz (right) talks with audience members after the event. (Photo by CLAS Staff.)

(Image courtesy of Mutual Aid Media.)
(Image courtesy of Mutual Aid Media.)