[mgj-discuss] Fwd: Bolivian labor activist in DC
jeff920 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 27 13:21:15 PST 2006
Doug Hertzler <doug.hertzler at emu.edu> wrote: Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 13:48:54 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Bolivian labor activist in DC
From: "Doug Hertzler" <doug.hertzler at emu.edu>
To: dch959 at emu.edu
Could you circulate the speaking schedule of Bolivian activist Felix
Muruchi to anyone who you think might be interested:
>From the Mines, to the Prisons, to the Streets! Urban Movements as
Engines of Social Change in Bolivia.
We are pleased to announce a Washington area speaking tour by Bolivian
indigenous labor activist, Felix Muruchi. Felix has served as a miners
union leader and he is a founding member of the Union of Ex-Political
Prisoners of the city of El Alto.
Felixs tour is sponsored by the Committee on US/Latin American Relations
(CUSLAR) of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Groups or individuals
who would like more information or to co-sponsor the tour, should contact
doug.hertzler at emu.edu.
Below is the tentative schedule of events where Felix will speak:
Monday, April 10th
1 pm- University of Maryland - "Refounding Bolivia:
Perspectives on the Constituent Assembly and Indigenous Politics.
Panelists: Kevin Healy, Rob Albro, Erick Langer, and Felix Murcuchi Stamp
Student Union Building, Banneker Room 2212.
4:00 pm Catholic University of America, Life Cycle Auditorium, LCI 102
Trip to Harrisonburg, VA
Noon: Washington Office on Latin America brown bag lunch, Stewart R. Mott
House, 122 Maryland Avenue, NE
5:30 pm - American University, Battelle Atrium, Battelle-Tompkins Hall
10:30am -11:45 am John Hopkins University Homewood campus, Hudson Hall 116
12:00-1:45pm Andean Seminar, George Washington University
Lisner Commons, 1957 E Street, Rm. 602
Evening: Neighbors United for Justice and Peace Meeting- Mt. Rainier MD
(4008 31st Street, Time TBA).
Douglas Hertzler, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Eastern Mennonite University
Washington Community Scholars' Center
836 Taylor Street NE
Washington, DC 20017
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