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UCSB to Host ‘Health in Haiti’ Presentations on Thursday

Evening event also will include a moderated panel discussion

The Haiti Initiative at UC will present “Health in Haiti,” an evening of presentations and a panel discussion moderated by UCSB black studies professor Chris McAuley, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18 in Harold Frank Hall 1104 on the UCSB campus.

Brett Williams, director of international programs for Direct Relief International, and Wadner Pierre, Haitian national and award-winning grassroots journalist, will speak as part of the evening’s panel.

UCSB students first will deliver presentations of on-the-ground experience in Haiti. UCSB undergraduate Kelsey Maloney will give a talk titled “Un Techo Para Mi Pais,” and global and international studies graduate Tom Oliver will discuss “Intelligent Mobility.”

The California Haiti Initiative is a UC systemwide organization dedicated to leveraging UC resources for long-term educational development initiatives in Haiti. Membership is open to all students, alumni, community members, faculty and staff. For more information, e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

— Marjorie Wass is a publicist.

 
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