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Join us Monday, December 9 for a screening of the film "Salaam Dunk." This event is brought to you by The Friends of The St. Paul Public Library and The Advocates for Human Rights.
30th Anniversary Celebration Open House: Tues., Dec. 10
Join us for a 30th anniversary celebration open house on International Human Rights Day!
Ten Thousand Villages Fundraiser: Thur., Dec. 12
On Thursday, December 12th from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., Ten Thousand Villages on Grand Avenue in St. Paul will donate 20% of proceeds to The Advocates for Human Rights. Shop to support our work and the international artisans of Ten Thousand Villages.
Mr. H lost his family as a child during the Liberian civil war when his father was abducted by rebels and his mother and siblings were murdered by armed men sent by then-President Charles Taylor. Mr. H then fled with other refugees to a school in Senegal, and subsequently arranged a trip to America where he was abandoned by the school's director and became homeless, without immigration documents.
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