The Green Family Foundation President to Present at FIU Remembers the Haiti Earthquake: One Year Later Event
January 10, 2011
On the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake that ravaged Haiti, Florida International University will host its fourth teach-in focused on the ongoing recovery and reconstruction of the island nation. Several other commemorative events, ranging from a moment of silence to art exhibitions, will also take place on campus.
The Jan. 12 teach-in features a panel of FIU experts, who will explore various aspects of the 2010 disaster, together with Kimberly Green, president of the Green Family Foundation. The presentations will highlight the current state of affairs and the ongoing problems facing the country.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the School of International and Public Affairs at 305-348-7266 or click here for a complete list.
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