Please join the Haiti Legal Advocacy Project, the Haiti Lab, and the Human Rights Law Society at the Garage at the Haiti Lab, Smith Warehouse, Bay #4. Nicole Phillips, an attorney at the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti and Deborah Jenson of Duke's Haiti Lab will present information on cholera in Haiti and a pending lawsuit against the United Nations by the IJDH to recover reparations for Haitian victims of cholera. Ms. Phillips will also introduce a short film about a young boy's experience with cholera following the 2010 earthquake called "Baseball in the Time of Cholera." Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served. A $5 donation is requested at the door. For more information, contact Katie Hoffmann at email@example.com.
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