Reminder Public Forum on Haiti scheduled for November 30th, 6PM (Details enclosed)
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Ladies and Gentlemen
You are cordially invited to a seminar on Haiti�s progress co-sponsored by Hoboken Library and African Views. We are very excited to be hosting this seminar as we hope it will help us understand where, how, and what progress are being made in Haiti since the disastrous earthquake on January 18, 2010.
Please note that this seminar is not a fund raising program. Our objective in regards to this forum is to facilitate a progress assessment report on behalf of the public, especially those who are affected emotionally and all who contributed conscientiously in every way possible toward the rescuing and rebuilding of Haiti.
Date: November 30th, 2010
Time: 5:30PM � 8:00 PM
Address: Hoboken Public Library
500 Park Avenue
Program schedule: 5:40 PM
Photography and documentary film presentation on Haiti by New Future Foundation
Presentation of real-time situation and public sentiment in Haiti by:
Mr. James Dorcely, a native Haitian educator.
Panel discussion on �Why couldn�t Haiti be rescued?�
Panelists include: Dr Ron Daniels, Lecturer at York University and president of the
Institute of the Black World
Doctors Without Borders
Lexy Brooks, Yele Haiti Organization
Bookie Shonuga, African Views Organization
New Future Foundation
Mr. James Dorcely
The event will be open to wider audience participation via teleconference. Please add "AfricanViews" to your Skype to participate in African Views live events. Please help spread this message among colleagues, friends and family! Everyone is invited and everyone has a stake in this! This event will be recorded for a wider TV broadcast. See enclosed flyer for details.
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