Re: [trafficking-19] April Meetup TONIGHT at 7pm

From: Becky
Sent on: Friday, April 20, 2007 12:07 AM
Hi Mia,

Thanks for letting me know your time restrictions. I am always curious to know when we should plan other events. I think we've scheduled to keep the next meetups on the 3rd Thursday of the month, but our other events can certainly be on Fridays/Saturdays. In fact, we're planning on going to Eastern Market next Saturday, the 28th, to set up an info booth that will also have Made by Survivors products.

I always send out meeting notes over the list - did you not get them last time? Sorry about that - you can also go to the files section of our website to get meeting agendas.

Thanks again!

Becky

2007/4/19, Mia Del Valle <[address removed]>:
Becky, I wanted to know will you have any meetings on fridays or saturdays?
I work during the week and live in waldorf,md so its really hard for me to
make it there at those times posted. Also is there a way I can get the info
that is shared these meeting nights?

mia


>From: Becky <[address removed]>
>Reply-To: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: [trafficking-19] April Meetup TONIGHT at 7pm
>Date: Thu, 19 Apr[masked]:29:13 -0400 (EDT)
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>A special announcement from Becky, Organizer of The Washington DC Fight
>Human Trafficking Meetup Group
>Dear Abolitionists,
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>That's right - tonight is the April meetup! 7pm at All Souls Unitarian
>Church (1500 Harvard St, NW).  This week will be focused on labor slavery
>and how it relates to fair trade, immigration, and smuggling.
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>Guest: Fair Trade Meetup's Organizer Elizabeth
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>To be Discussed:
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>  Recap of Mende Nazar's visit
>  Upcoming events (Dreams of Freedom, Free the Slaves Reception, etc)
>  Plan for Movie Night
>  Plan for Happy Hour Fundraiser
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>To be Viewed:
>Then, we'll show a film from the International Organization for Migration
>about smuggling vs. trafficking and how many people are exploited for labor
>slavery.
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>To be Eaten:
>Gingerbread & cookies, courtesy of your organizers  Will be made with
>slavery free ingredients, because many people (including children) are
>forced to work in the cocoa and sugar cane industries - see below.
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>Hope to see you tonight!
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>Daphne, Elizabeth and Becky
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Georgetown University, 2006  
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