Lest We Forget, 24 April

Today, suddenly, almost 1200 lives were lost, all in a moment. Thousands were injured, so critically, and so shocking were their experience, that many committed suicide and succumbed to their injuries.

Today is the second year after the Rana Plaza collapse. The casualties are still rising, the injured (mentally and physically) are still dying. The injustice is still happening.

Today there were many uproars, many tears, many cries … but no relief. How different is today than that fateful horrific day? RISE will come up with a report. However, today, we sit and wonder – with awe and shock – we wonder what we saw that day in the rubbles of Savar …

24 April, 2013. Lest we forget. R.I.P.

The Slain Ones ...

The Slain Ones …

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3 comments on “Lest We Forget, 24 April
  1. Olof Sandkull says:


    Thanks for your interesting newsletter. I would like to come in contact with the Director for RISE Society and visit you as learn more what you do. I hope that would be possible?

    Best wishes,

    -olof sandkull

    First Secretary Embassy of Sweden


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