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World Chat: Haiti
Wednesday, June 16, 2004

What Does the Future Hold?

Join MIC for an additional World Chat on Wednesday, June 16, when Dr. Thomas O'Toole, professor of Anthropology at St. Cloud State University and recipient of four Fulbright Awards, including one to Haiti, will discuss the multi-faceted issues facing Haiti now and in the future.

Dr. O'Toole is a scholar of Comparative History and Interdisciplinary Social Science. He served in the Peace Corps in Guinea, West Africa, worked on a health care project in rural Haiti, and has traveled around the world twice as lecturer with the Semester at Sea of the University of Pittsburgh. He holds a Doctorate from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master's degree from the University of Minnesota.

World Chat Wednesdays usually take place in MIC's living room which has limited space. After introductory comments by the presenter, there is time for discussion and networking with other attendees.

  • Time: 5:30 - 7:00 P
  • Place: MIC, 711 East River Road, Minneapolis
  • Cost:
        $5 Member/Students
        $10 Non-Member
        (Please register in advance - MIC's living rooms seats only 25 people! )
  • To register: Complete our online pre-registration form

MIC regrets that you will be charged for cancellations made less than two full business days in advance of programs, or cancellations made after the registration deadline, if one is given.

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