Needham Darfur Initiative

A unique, newsworthy, town-based initiative to raise public awareness of the first genocide of the 21st century.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

First Banner Hung at NHS

The first banner being hung kicked off the program on Tuesday, May 9. It was done by four members of the World Peace Club at Needham High. You'd be hard-pressed to miss it, as it's prominently in view in the front of the building.

A Needham Times photographer was there to capture the event, and I'm expecting to see something in the paper this week (i.e. tomorrow).

Kudos to Mr. Richards, principal of NHS, who not only sanctioned the project for the students, but who put his money where his mouth is and allowed the students to hang the project's first banner on the High School itself.

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At 11:15 AM, Anonymous Cait hart koekjecait@yahoo.com said...

Hello,

The Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) National Student Program is planning to launch a campaign on Darfur for the 2007-2008 academic year. The campaign will mobilize students to educate their campuses about the genocide, raise awareness in their communities, and take action to push for an effective response.

We are creating a speakers bureau of potential speakers on the Darfur conflict as an advocacy tool for the student chapters to take action. Given your knowledge and passion for this issue, would you like to be included on this list? If so, please clarify what contact information you would like to be shared.

For more information, you can visit PHR’s Darfur Survival Campaign or the Student Program webpage. If you can any questions, please contact the Student Program Coordinator, Danielle Fox, at 617.301.4234 or dfox@phrusa.org.

I apologize for posting this as a comment but I could not find your email adress anywhere!
Kind Regards,

Cait Hart

Intern
Physicians for Human Rights
2 Arrow Street, Suite 301Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
T: 617.301.4234F: 617.301.4250E: dfox@phrusa.orgWebsites: www.physiciansforhumanrights.org; www.physiciansforhumanrights.org/students/
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