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    The Shriver Peaceworkers (an RPCV graduate student group) are hosting two events at UMBC next week. You are invited. 1 Don t Miss the Party…
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      The Shriver Peaceworkers (an RPCV graduate student group) are hosting two events at UMBC next week. You are invited.

      1> Don't Miss the Party…
      "Coffee-in-the-Plaza"
      UMBC Plaza (in front of the old Student Center)
      Wednesday, April 10
      STARTS AT 7:00 P.M.
      Part of UMBC HABIFEST 2002
      Featuring--
      Peace Corps Panel: Living & Serving, Abroad and At Home
      (Shriver Peaceworker Program, 7:30-8 p.m.)
      Student Open Mike: The Importance of Community Service & Cultural Exchange
      (All Interested UMBC Students; Facilitated by Peaceworkers, 8-9 p.m. )
      Music Jam: Bring Your Instruments and/or Singing Voice. All are welcome!
      (from 9:00 p.m. on into the night)
      A Cup O' Joe for a Buck. It doesn't get better than that!
      Shriver Peaceworkers and UMBC Oxfam will be selling FAIR TRADE coffee throughout the evening.
      (Support Habitat for Humanity: All proceeds go to aid HFH's anti-poverty efforts.)


      2> AS PART OF UMBC HABIFEST 2002...
      THE SHRIVER CENTER PEACEWORKERS
      PRESENT A SPEAKER EVENT...
      "Poverty. War. What Can We Do About It?"
      THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH
      7 - 9 P.M.
      IN THE SKYLIGHT LOUNGE ON THE 3RD FLOOR OF THE UNIVERSITY COMMONS, UMBC
      GUEST SPEAKERS:
      Dr. John Stolle-McAllister, Human Rights Specialist
      Dr. Roy Meyers, Professor of Political Science
      With a Q & A Open Mike
      (FAIR TRADE COFFEE WILL BE AVAILABLE)



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