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|All you Ohio People Out There: Read This!!!!!!!!!!|
|03/30/01 at 15:44:17|
|**Please spread the word to your resppective student groups,|
departments, or anyone else who would be interested!!!!,
THE MUSLIMS STUDENTS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS
COME TO THE OVAL TO SEE EXHIBITIONS ON GROSS
INJUSTICES OCCURRING ALL OVER THE WORLD...INCREASE YOUR
AWARENESS AND LEARN WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT!
MONDAY, APRIL 16 @ 7pm:
"Oppression in Iraq"
Dr. Rania Masri
-Coordinator of the Iraq Action Coaltion
-National board member of Education for Peace in Iraq
Evans Laboratory, Room 1008
TUESDAY, APRIL 17 @ 7pm:
"Oppression in the United States"
Sidi Hakim Archuletta
-Native American social activistwith experience from
Berkeley to North Africa to Europe to the Indian
Hitchcock Hall, Room 131
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 @ 7pm:
"The Dilemma of Stereotyping and Prejudice at OSU"
Student Panel Discussion
Hale Cultural Center, MLK Lounge
THURSDAY, APRIL 19 @ 5pm:
"What is the REAL situation in the Holy Land? A Discussion on
the Injustices Occurring in Palestine"
-renowned Palestinian social activist
Lazenby Hall, Room 160
The Muslim Students Society at Ohio State is conducting a series
of events April 16-20 to promote awareness and activism with
regard to oppressive situations around the world. It will be
a five-day event consisting of exhibition style presentations
on different countries including, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan,
Sudan, and the United States. The event will focus primarily
on Muslim-populated countries, but the thematic focus of each
component of the week’s activities will be justice for all humanity.
In addition to the exhibitions, which will be on display Oval,
the MSA will be holding four lectures. A discussion of the Palestinian
situation will be presented by Muhammad Asi, a renowned social
activist from Washington, D.C. Speaking about Iraq will be Dr.
Rania Masry, the coordinator of the Iraq Action Coalition, and
highly referenced source on the humanitarian disaster in Iraq.
She is also a national board member of Peace Action and the
Education for Peace in Iraq. Sidi Hakim Archuletta, a social
activist with experience from Berkeley to North Africa to Europe
to the Indian Subcontinent, will be presenting a portrait of
oppression in the United States. Finally, we will also present
a student panel discussion which is cosponsored by Asian American
Student Services, discussing stereotypes about Ohio State students
of various races and ethnicities.
Please come and join us for all of these events and please
SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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