Touring the Afghanistan Museum in SL

11 11 2011

Support The Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)

Visit the Museum

Visitors on tour from Canada, France, Japan, South Africa, Sweden, UK, & United States of America

Museum Website



16 07 2011

To everyone who supported IMAGINE PeaceFest & for your generous donations

To the wonderful artists, musicians, speakers, dancers, designers and poets who gave their time, creativity and ideas

To the media, bloggers & tweeters & Linden Lab for the log in screen & destination guide

To all the arrangers for their unfailing energy and enthusiasm

And to the core team of arrangers for their dedication & good humour – hugs to you all!The total raised for the good causes in world was L$201,460 or at current rates approx US$750. In addition US$47 was received from a RL spoken word event and PayPal donations. So there is just short of US$800 to share among the 3 good causes via  the Peace Train Charitable Trust (a 501 c 3 public charity in the U.S.).

All funds will be shared between

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You can continue to support RAWA through Meena Fashion and BoHo HoBo

BoHo HoBo presents a new shop  named Meena,  in honour of  the founding member of RAWA, the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan, which has been fighting for human rights, democracy and social justice in Afghanistan since 1971. All proceeds from the sales of both Meena and BoHo HoBo go to RAWA in order to help fund schools, orphanages, clinics and income generating projects for Afghan people.

The style of clothes at Meena is ‘Afghanistan Bohemian’. It is a hybrid of traditional Afghan styles and western styles of clothes.  Traditional afghan styles have a lot of variety due to the many ethnic groups represented in Afghanistan, as well as it’s historic place on the ancient silk road and the influences of the various cultures that have passed through this desert country. Tajik, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Kuchi nomad, Indian, Turkish and Persian styles are all influencing factors in the style of traditional Afghan clothes and as well in this collection of Afghanistan Bohemian wear.