Selfie Awareness: #WeAllLiveinBhopal


Actor Martin Sheen, who can be seen in the film 'Bhopal A Prayer For Rain' share his selfie

Actor Martin Sheen, who can be seen in the film ‘Bhopal A Prayer For Rain’, shares his selfie

It means that in a world in which corporations design economic policies, ravage the environment, make or break governments and operate with impunity, we are all potential or actual victims of corporate negligence and wrongdoing.

It means that in a world in which tens of millions of tons of toxic chemicals are being released into the environment in ever-growing volumes – chemicals that accumulate in animals and people and are linked with cancers and developmental disorders – slow and silent Bhopals are happening now, in our communities, our workplaces, our bodies and those of our children.

We in the Bhopal community would like to offer a platform to every individual or community who feel that they too ‘live in Bhopal’.

It’s an opportunity to come together, to share in one place our stories and ourselves, evoking the words of Martin Luther King by reminding each other, and the world, that

an injustice anywhere, is an injustice everywhere

Spread the message, raise awareness.

A photo can give a cause a voice. It can be a powerful and empowering tool, crossing the barriers of Languages and Cultures.

Use your Mobile (Cell) phone OR Camera to take a picture of yourself and a message of support for Bhopal. Join those such as actor Martin Sheen, the Secretary General of Amnesty International, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, a City of Edinburgh Councillor and a whole host of others!!

Be as creative as you like!! You can have a look at the other ‘selfies’ below to get an idea of  how and what others are doing to tell their stories.  Help promote and spread the word.  Please remember to include ‘#WeAllLiveInBhopal’ with your message. 

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We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.