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View other events for the week of 5/19/2004
Report back from Haiti
Date Wednesday May 19
Time 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
St. John's Community Center
6500 Gladys Street, El Cerrito
Event Type Speaker
Organizer/AuthorSandy
Members of Faith/Labor and Accompaniment Delegations recently returned from Haiti and will present first-hand accounts of the current situation.

Speakers include:

Sister Maureen Duignan
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, providing solidarity and sanctuary work with Central American and other refugees since the 1980's

Charlie Hinton
Haiti Action Committee; Inkworks Press; member GCIU local 288M

Dave Welsh
San Francisco Labor Council delegate and active in Haiti support work since 1991

Dr. Adrianne Aron
clinical psychologist who works with victims of political repression, worked in the solidarity movement for many years, and served as an election monitor during Haiti's 2000 elections


Suggested donation: $5-$20

Sponsors: Haiti Action Committee; St. John the Baptist Church Haiti Sister Parish Group; East Bay Sanctuary Covenant

Info: 510-524-7989

Directions to St. John‚s Community Center: (Located two short blocks behind the Church - 11150 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, & three blocks south of El Cerrito del Norte BART station, Phone: (510) 232-5659) From Highway #80 heading north out of Oakland or Berkeley, take Potrero Exit, go to your right to San Pablo Ave. (first light). Cross San Pablo Ave. Continue past Kearney St. (1 short block). Lexington Ave. comes almost immediately. Turn right. St. John‚s Community Center is at the end of the block, at Gladys Avenue. Parking adjacent or on the street. Wheelchair accessible.
Added to the calendar on Thursday May 13th, 2004 5:07 PM
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