Cuban Popular Educator to Tour New England!
We are pleased to announce Arial Dacal Diaz, Cuban Popular Educator, who will be touring New England with WFPNE in October. Ariel, an international expert in popular participation, politics, and power, and an engaging speaker, will be presenting and discussing the changes in Cuba, and with the United States, and what gains Cubans are working diligently to preserve. The schedule will be updated with specific venues and times as the dates near, and as we know them. Here is the list of events that are open to the public. If your group would like to host him informally during this tour, please call me, Susan, at 401-268-9810. See you on the tour!
Here is the updated list of events that are open to the public. If your group would like to host him informally during this tour, please reply to this email before the tour starts. See you on the tour!
In the spirit of community and peace, Susan Letendre
CHESTNUT HILL, MA: Tuesday, October 13, 7 PM, Boston College, Devlin 101.
GREENFIELD, MA: Wednesday, October 14, noon, Greenfield Community College, Core Building, Room C208
SOUTH HADLEY, MA: Thursday, October 15, 7 PM, Mt. Holyoke College, 305 Kendade Hall.
WILLIMANTIC, CT: Friday, October 16, 9 AM, Eastern Connecticut State University, Johnson Community Room at J. Eugene Smith Library.
NEW BRITAIN, CT: Saturday, October 17, 9-1 PM, Central Connecticut State University, The Future of U.S.-Cuban Relations Conference, (Ariel will deliver the keynote address, followed by other exciting speakers), Davidson Hall, Torp Theatre, 1615 Stanley Street
PROVIDENCE, RI: Monday, October 19, 7 PM, Providence College, '64 Hall, Slavin Center
WORCESTER, MA: Tuesday, October 20, 10 AM, Auditorium, 280 May Street Building, on the campus
WINOOSKI, VT: Thursday, October 22, 6:30 PM, St. Michael's College, McCarthy Arts Center
LEWISTON, ME: Monday, October 26, 7:30 PM, Bates College, Muskie Archives, 70 Campus Avenue
WATERVILLE, ME: Tuesday, October 27, 4:30 PM, Colby College, Diamond 122
NORTH ANDOVER, MA: Wednesday, October 28, Merrimack College, 6 PM, Cascia Hall
WALTHAM, MA: Thursday, October 29, 2 PM, Bentley University, Lindsay Hall, Room 28