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AfH Haití rebuild Fund – One Peace at a Time


Poster de la PeliculaArchitecture for Humanity is proud to announce a partnership with the ONE Campaign and The Nobility Project. A look at the possibility of providing basic rights to all children, the powerful film One Peace at a Time One Peace at a Time has the ideas of Muhammad Yunus, Willie Nelson, co-founder Cameron Sinclair of AFH, Helene Gayle and many others. The film has been warmly welcomed at the World Economic Forum at the Maui Film Festival (where it won the Audience Award) and the red carpet with Hollywood Premiere Camilla Alves and Matthew McConnaughey, Billy Bob Thornton, Dennis Quaid and team many ONE Campaign in Los Angeles.

Architecture for Humanity-Bogotá
is interested in hosting the screening of One Peace at aTime to raise funds for the reconstruction of Haiti. The first screening of the film, made by the chapter in Austin, Texas, on 20 January generated more than $ 10,000 dollars to help rebuild. We are in the process of finding a place to show the film. The possible areas include community centers, schools, galleries, studios or homes. If you have any information about a place to host the screening, please contact us at (57) 1-545-3578 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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ailer of One Peace at a Time:

PechaKucha Night Bogotá vol.6 "Spoke for Haiti"

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 February 2010 22:04

PechaKucha Night joined Architecture for Humanity and on Saturday February the 20th were held worldwide events to raise funds that will be used for reconstruction projects in Haiti. Bogotá, of course, was part of this global pechatón.

The presentations were broadcasted via the Internet during this pechakustic global night marathon, and every attendee had the opportunity not only to enjoy a volume with excellent presenters, but to make a contribution to the reconstruction of Haiti, with long-term projects AFH ( schools, health centers and community centers).

The overall picture of the event was donated by the design studio based in Los Angeles (USA) founded by artist Shepard Fairey, Studio Number One

For illustration, we had the local image of Marcela Restrepo, who also participated in the Draft Night PechaKucha Postcards from Bogota, a unique collection of 30 images of Colombian artists who added their voices to the cause. This beautiful limited edition book was on sale the day of the event, and was developed in collaboration with Jorge Restrepo, who is also responsible for our logo "Speak x Haiti.


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