2012 May 2 - 4:00pm
Directed by Feurat Alani Fallujah: a lost generation? investigates the dramatic increase in cancers, birth defects, and infant mortality in Fallujah since 2004. Mr. Alani interviews Fallujah residents, doctors, veterans, and weapons experts to shed light on the cause of this health crisis. More specifically, he explores the possibility that weapons used by the U.S. in 2004 are the cause, including white phosphorous, depleted uranium, and anti-personel theromobaric weapons.
This event is being organized by the Environmental Health and Sustainability Student Club at Harvard University . After the screening, Mr. Alani will lead a question & answer session.