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Bridging the Divide: United States / Pakistan

When: Saturday, March 17, 2012, 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Where: St John's United Methodist Church • 80 Mt. Auburn St. • Watertown

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The Pakistan/American Alliance

55 Years of Fables and Fallacies


Beena SarwarEthan Casey

Beena Sarwar, journalist, human rights and peace activist, filmmaker

Ethan Casey, international journalist, visitor and frequent resident of Pakistan. See Ethan's interview with Keith Olbermann Monday night and read his article on the Kandahar massacre.

As the U.S. prepares to wind down its occupation of Afghanistan, the U.S. relationship with Pakistan is moving central to the agenda.  But how much do U.S. peace activists really know about Pakistan, its problems and the long history of U.S. interference there?

This premier event will bring about the meeting of our communities to discuss realistic, peaceful solutions to the challenges facing the people of the U.S. & Pakistan. We will correct official and unofficial misinformation. International activists will humanize the situation and work harder to publicly reveal the truth and make our elected officials responsible for their policies!

Pakistani dinner and entertainment.  Dinner catered by Punjabi Grill of Framingham.  Early bird admission price $15 - at the door $25 - low income/student $10.  Order tickets using "Pay Now" button below.

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To reserve, you may click on "Pay Now" and use a credit card, or send a check to Massachusetts Peace Action, 11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA 02138


Massachusetts Peace Action
United for Justice with Peace: Afghanistan/Pakistan Working Group
Pakistani Association of Greater Boston
Association of Pakistani Physicians of New England
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and Environment

info: - 617-354-2169;  Rachel Williams - - 978-372-1106





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