JAYU's Free Virtual Human Rights Screening Series: River Silence

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Join JAYU for the latest addition of the Virtual Human Rights Screening Series with Rogério Soares' River Silence.

"A poetic journey alongside four women, River Silence is witness to the human and environmental cost of a large-scale development in Brazil’s Amazon basin. The Belo Monte hydroelectric dam is but one of many scheduled to be built in Brazil—and the characters we meet represent thousands of similarly displaced women, men and children."

The screening will be immediately followed by a Q&A with Rogério Soares (director) on Facebook Live.

We hope to see you there. Until then, make sure to stay healthy and wash your hands.

Due to the changing nature of COVID-19, we made the decision to offer the screening virtually. If you had previously bought tickets for the original theatrical screening and would like a refund, please send your request to

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