Greensboro Community Forum: Bring the War Dollars Home and Restore Our Communities

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Monday, February 20, 2012 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Matt Hoh

<p>Matt Hoh, former State Department official in Afghanistan. Hoh currently works at the Center for International Policy to advocate changes in US foreign policy towards Afghanistan.</p>

Matt Hoh, former State Department official in Afghanistan. Hoh currently works at the Center for International Policy to advocate changes in US foreign policy towards Afghanistan.

Greensboro excitedly awaits a visit from Matthew Hoh on February 20th.

After resigning from his post as a senior State Department official in Afghanistan as a form of protest against US foreign policy, Hoh was named the Ridenhour Prize Recipient for Truth Telling. His writings have appeared in multiple national newspapers, and the Council on Foreign Relations has cited Matthew’s resignation letter as an Essential Document.

 

6pm—Opening Reception on the 2nd Floor of Elon Law school.

    Hors d’oeuvres will be available on the 2nd Floor, while Matt Hoh mingles with guests and the press.

7pm—After brief comments from community leaders, Hoh will be given the floor in Room 207.

A Q&A session with the audience will follow Hoh’s speech.

 

 Hear Matt’s truth in his own words at Elon Law on Monday, Feb 20th.

Contact Information: 

If you, or someone you know, would be interested in sharing your own experience of how US foreign policy has affected your career, your spirituality, or area of interest, please contact Area Coordinator Ann Lennon.

336-854-0633

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