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LunchTALK! - "Slavery by Another Name"

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LunchTALK! - "Slavery by Another Name"

Time: March 18, 2014 from 11am to 1pm
Location: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Street: 70 Audubon St
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203-777-7086
Event Type: community, meeting
Organized By: New Haven Healthy Start
Latest Activity: Mar 17, 2014

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We are excited to continue the LunchTALK! 2014 Series. Please join us Tuesday, March 18th from 11-1pm at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven for “Slavery by Another Name”, a documentary based on Douglas A. Blackmon’s national bestseller; followed by a discussion inspired by America’s “mass incarceration” headlines of the 21st century?  Lunch will be provided and there will be complimentary parking adjacent to our building. Please bring your parking ticket upstairs with you for validation. A flyer is attached with details, seating is limited; please RSVP to me either by email by Friday, March 14th.  Feel free to pass the invitation along to those who you think might be interested in attending.

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