It's the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day on March 8, 2011 and The Advocates for Human Rights is partnering with several community groups to cohost a panel presentation tomorrow on issues facing women in Haiti. Check out the myriad other activities taking place this coming week to recognize the centennial celebration of women's contributions to their families, their communities, and the globe!
Join The Advocates for Human Rights for a panel presentation on Issues facing Women in Haiti from 3:00-5:00pm on Saturday, March 5.Expert Panel Presenters include:
- Mme. Jacqueline Morette, Haitian farmer, Head of Women’s Cooperative;
- Jacqueline Regis, author of The Daughter of L'Arsenal;
- Julie Dargis, American Refugee Committee, Director of International Programs;
- Beaudelaine Pierre, International Humphrey FellowLocation: First Unitarian Society, Dietrich Room, 900 Mount Curve Ave, Mpls 55403This event is free and open to the public.This event is co-sponsored by the American Refugee Committee, First Unitarian Society, Human Rights Program at the University of Minnesota, and Oxfam America.
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