Twenty years after the genocide, the powerful documentary, Sweet Dreams captures the uplifting story of a group of Hutu and Tutsi women who form Rwanda's first all-women drumming troupe and open its first ice cream shop. Sweet Dreams explores the aftermath of the 1994 genocide through women's empowerment and the entrepreneurial spirit of today's Rwanda. It depicts the remarkable story of Ingoma Nshya, an all-women's drumming troupe, as they bring together women from both sides of the conflict , to build a place of support, healing and reconciliation and introduce a brand new business, Rwanda's first ever ice cream shop.
3:30 pm | Doors open
4:00 pm | Film Screening followed by discussion
6:00 pm | Reception with wine and light hors d'oeuvres