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Coalition of Pan-African Scholars

February 21, Ithaca Campus

JJ Keki, president and founder of the Mirembe Kawomera fair trade coffee cooperative (and GRAMMY nominee!) will be visiting all the way from Uganda to talk to students about fair trade and social justice. Mirembe Kawomera is an interfaith, fair trade coffee cooperative in Uganda composed of Ugandan Jews, Muslims, and Christians working together for economic justice and sustainability.

Mr. Keki will be talking to students about fair trade, interfaith cooperation, and life in Uganda. He will also be performing some of his Grammy nominated music. Don't miss out on this amazing event!

Sponsored by Tzedek: Jewish Social Justice, the Cornell Coalition for Trade Justice, the Islamic Alliance for Justice, Engineers for a Sustainable World, the Carl Becker House, and STARS as part of the JSU Uganda series

The following additional events will also be occuring:

Tuesday, 12:00pm- Performance at Ten Thousand Villages downtown

Tuesday, 6:30-8:30pm: Interfaith reception in the One World Room of Anabel Taylor Hall

Tuesday, 9:00pm: Performance and Q&A at Collegetown Bagels

Wednesday, 5:00pm- Main lecture and performance in Goldwin Smith-Kaufmann

Wednesday, 8:00pm- Performance at the Carl Becker House

 

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