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Jan Knippers Black Human Rights Speaker Series 

All Boats Rise: Turning the Tide Against Poverty

Nations throughout Central America were torn apart during the Presidential administration of the '80s and today’s crises of refugees clamoring to cross our border and separated children is the direct result of failed American policy. But the ripple extends: promoting economic prosperity and possibilities for Latin America leads to greater peace and security here at home. Gain an insider's perspective of how we can learn from the past to achieve a more prosperous future for all. Celebrate as Jan Black presents the inaugural Human Rights Activism Award honoring an alumnus who has achieved distinction in the area of human rights.

Registration required. Please note all times are in Pacific time. 

Donations made at registration to the Jan Knippers Black Fund for Human Rights Protection will be matched by Jan Black! This fund supports community programs, events, and activities related to human rights and provides a student internship with Amnesty International USA.

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Friday October 2, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
FRI, 10/02/20, 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time | Webinar Talk with featured speaker: Kevin de Leon and Charlie Clements. Moderator: William Monning. Part of the Jan Knippers Black Fund for Human Rights Protection Speaker Series. Donations made to the Fund at registration will be matched by Jan Black. Free and open to the public.
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