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Terrorist attacks in Mumbai #8

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After almost non-stop coverage by SAJA - via webcast; text, audio and photo posts at SAJAforum.org; Facebook/saja; Twitter/sajahq - we are going into a slowdown mode for now. We'll keep doing SAJAforum posts, but we are going to bring to a close our current series of webcasts about the attacks.

We have an extraordinary lineup of speakers from Mumbai and the U.S. - and are leaving extra time so that YOU can call in and share your thoughts. Feedback: saja@columbia

GUESTS INCLUDE: * American filmmaker Smriti Mundhra, the first guest to call in on webcast #1, five blocks from the Taj (you've seen her on various media outlets since). She will update us and tell us about a new project that is helping Mumbai heal.

* Mumbai native Suketu Mehta, author of the landmark "Maximum City: Bombay: Lost & Found" and an NYU journalism prof. He appeared on our first two shows and has done countless other interviews since and has written a major op-ed for the NYT [it and other major op-eds are at http://www.sajaforum.org/2008/11/mumbai-attacks-essays.html ].

* Mumbai native Floyd Cardoz, the celebrated chef at NY's Tabla restaurant, who worked at both the Taj and the Oberoi and will talk about what they meant to him.

* Prof. Ari Goldman, Columbia journalism prof and long-time religion columnist for NYT and the Daily News, who joined us twice before to explain the historical and current ties of Jews to India

AND MANY, MANY MORE... JOIN US: saja@columbia.edu