Haiti's Current Humanitarian Crisis

York college African American resource center presents: Haiti's current humanitarian crisis – What is happening, and what can we do? Co-sponsored by the Social Work Club, the Honors Club, and the Haitian Students Association
When Feb 11, 2010
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where AC-3D01
Contact Name
Contact Phone 718-262-2611
Attendees Free
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Prof. Mark Schuller, Social Sciences

York College counseling center Haiti is experiencing the most devastating humanitarian crisis of our generation. Estimates of 200,000 dead only scratch the surface. Images in mainstream media only serve to make people feel powerless. Haitian people are the heroes of this story, and they are doing everything they can. The survivors do need help – and we can and should give it – but first and foremost we need a fuller picture of what is going on and how we can aid in ways that truly help.

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Prof. Schuller will share his expertise and report on his experience participating in grassroots response efforts. He was part of one of the first medical missions to arrive in response to the earthquake. Other York College and New York City agencies will provide information about services to help Haiti and to help Haitians in our community. The local Haitian community is especially welcome to attend this educational event.

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