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Global Day of Llistening: December 31, 2011 and January 1, 2012
WASHINGTON - Begining at 7:30 am Afghanistan time (10 pm Eastern, 7 pm Pacific), and continuing for 6+ hours, you can join us in this important discussion. By listening to those who suffer the brunt of US foriegn policy we can better understand the human costs.
Check the Global Day of Listening home page for details.
View the News & stay tuned for information about the Global Days of Listening. Write to GlobalDaysOfListening@gmail.com to request a time to talk.
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