EventsActive Minds: Myanmar (Burma)

Active Minds: Myanmar (Burma)

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Description

In February of 2021 the democratically elected government of Myanmar, led by Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, was toppled in a military coup that was widely condemned by the international community. Since achieving its independence in 1948, Myanmar’s post-colonial history has often been characterized by military rule and human rights abuses, including reports of the Buddhist majority government targeting the Rohingya, a Muslim minority population. Join Active Minds as we explore the current situation as well as the history of this important Southeast Asian country, formerly known as Burma.

Meeting Access Information:

  • To access via Active Mind's Zoom, click here.
  • To access via phone, call 720-707-2699
    • When prompted enter the Meeting ID: 88591489718#, then press # again when it asks for participant number.

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Program:
Social Issues & Politics
Suitable for:
Adults
Older Adults
Type:
Summer Programs
Events
Language:
English

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