A first-hand material film on the Yezidis of Iraq, produced by Dr. Eszter Spat from Central European University of Budapest.
This anthropological documentary introduces the Yezidis, a little-known religious Kurdîsh minority of Iraq, and follows the tour of their most sacred object, the Standard of the Peacock through the settlements of Sinjar Mountain, where the traditional way of life and customs are undergoing a fast change, due to the political, economic, and social shifts of the last decades.
Zirian Shammo speaking in the US Congress
US Congress held a hearing for all minority religions in Iraq, three main religions, Christians, Mandeans, and Yezidis In July 2010.
Zirian Shammo, a Yezidi Kurdish man who lives in Washington, DC represented to speak about his community in Iraq.
Yezidi Community in Washington, DC and some other cities will hold a some rallies to draw attention to critical situation of thousands of Yezidi children, women and elderly who are stranded in mountains.
A group of devastated Yezidi women who safely arrived Kurdstan of Syria, Rojava speaks about the catastrophic situation of Yezidi civilians in Sinjar Region who fled from ISIS
Video- US Humanitarian Air Drop over Sinjar Mountains where thousands of Yezidi people are still trapped
August 9 between 11:00am to 3:00pm
In Front of the White House
August 9 between 12:00am to 3:00pm
August 9 between 4:00pm to 6:00pm
In front of CNN Center
August 11 between 10:00am to 12:00pm
In Front of Canadian Parliament