[olug] OT- Town Hall on Africa MDGs, computers4africa

BRIAN K WIESE bwiese at mail.unomaha.edu
Tue Feb 22 14:45:11 UTC 2005

Please see the attached flyer, also available online:

UNO Americans for Informed Democracy first Town Hall meeting!

Friday March 4th @ 6:00pm
Dodge Room, Milo Bail Student Center
University of Nebraska at Omaha campus, 6001 Dodge St. Omaha, NE
Free Hors d'oeuvres and beverages

Discussion: "The Future of U.S. Foreign Relations with Africa:
The Millennium Development Goals"
Panelists: Dr. Sue Stein - Computers For Africa (www.computers4africa.org)
Dr. Mandfred Wogugu - UNO Dept. of Black Studies, 20yrs with UN
...and other distinguished guests.

Americans for Informed Democracy (AID) is a non-partisan student
organization on more than 175 university campuses that promotes global
understanding by coordinating town hall meetings on America’s role in the
world and by publishing opinion pieces and reports on issues of global
importance. Through these efforts, AID seeks to inspire a more
collaborative U.S. foreign policy and a new generation of internationalist
leaders who can lead America in an increasingly interdependent world. To
find out how you can be involved in the new Omaha chapter of AID, e-mail
Brian Wiese at bwiese at mail.unomaha.edu or www.unomaha.edu/aid

Brought to you in association with: American Democracy Project, Goodrich
Student Organization, UNO College Democrats (www.unodemocrats.com)

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Thank you!

Brian Wiese
Campus Coordinator, Americans for Informed Democracy
bwiese at mail.unomaha.edu

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