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We Are Change Boston /Boston Alternative Media- Journalism Message Board › New Meetup: 5/7 630 pm B.P.L.: Afghanistan Untold History and the Road Ahead.

New Meetup: 5/7 630 pm B.P.L.: Afghanistan Untold History and the Road Ahead.

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mark W.
Boston, MA
Announcing a new Meetup for Boston 9/11 Truth!

What: 5/7 630 pm B.P.L.: Afghanistan Untold History and the Road Ahead.

When: May 7, 2009 6:30 PM

Where: (A location has not been chosen yet.)

Meetup Description: Thursday, May 7, 2009


Afghanistan Untold History
and the Road Ahead

Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University presents Paul Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Gould, and Nick Mills: g Afghanistan fs Untold History and the Road Ahead h; moderated by The Boston Globe fs Alan Berger. Followed by an open discussion and book signing.

What would a peaceful, stable, and productive Afghanistan look like? What can the new American administration do to help Afghans realize this goal? Joining the Forum to discuss the roots of the current crisis and how to move toward a better future are Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould, co-producers of the 1981 PBS documentary Afghanistan Between Three Worlds and authors of Invisible History: Afghanistan's Untold Story, and Nick Mills, Associate Professor of Journalism at Boston University , award-winning broadcaster, and author of Karzai. Moderated by journalist Alan Berger of The Boston Globe's editorial board.

Admission is free and open to all.

Rabb Auditorium, Boston Public Library at 700 Boylston Street

Wheelchair accessible and conveniently located near the Orange and Green Line on the MBTA.

For more information on the Ford Hall Forum, contact Director Alex Minier, 617-557-2007, or visit Information about Suffolk University fs partnership with the Ford Hall Forum can be obtained by contacting Mariellen Norris, (617) 573-8450,

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