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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Harrisburg Human Justice Forum - April 10th, 2011 at the Midtown Scholar

On Sunday, April 10th, an array of Harrisburg’s best minds will sit down and discuss challenges facing the city and ways to overcome them through the grassroots level in the first Harrisburg Human Justice Forum, presented by Interfaith Alliance and the Midtown Scholar. With the conversation directed towards what each citizen of Harrisburg can do to make the city the best it can be, the forum will aim to put the power of change into the hands of the people.

From 5 pm until 9 pm, the evening will be about learning of opportunities in Harrisburg to make a difference, with dozens of local groups available to explain their goals and room for volunteers. In
addition, a handful of panelists, all experts in their respective fields, will engage with various issues related to human justice in the city, including educational reform, racial reconciliation, the support
of health clinics in parts of the city, beautification projects, advocacy, and so on. Throughout the evening, guests of the event will be treated to several local musical groups and numerous refreshments.

This forum will be the best chance this year for the people of Harrisburg to see the opportunities to get involved in, and to act on those opportunities.

For more information, please visit http://www.humanjusticeforum.com, or email the forum’s director, Ryan Gerber, at ryan@humanjusticeforum.com.

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