Dialita, 1965 survivors choir, to accept Gwangju human rights award — The Jakarta Post

Read more at The Jakarta Post

— by Arya Dipa: The Dialita Choir, a group of survivors of the 1965 tragedy in Indonesia, is being honored by the May 18 Memorial Foundation in South Korea with a special 2019 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights for “showing the path to reconciliation and healing through music.”

The ceremony is slated for May 18 in Gwangju in South Korea…

Image: The Dialita choir was established in 2011 and its members comprise former political prisoners arrested following the attempted 1965 coup d’etat, courtesy of The Jakarta Post/Rosa Panggabean

May 17, 2019 — 11:37


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