Muckraking Angola Journalist To Speak

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[Media And Justice]

Please join us at a reception for Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, who will be in New York for a brief visit.

Marques will discuss and answer questions about this tumultuous central African country whose economy has been upended by the tremendous oil wealth generated in Cabinda where an insurgent movement is growing. Will this be the next Nigeria?

Marques is an investigative reporter who has dug beneath the surface to produce groundbreaking coverage from a nation which is a leading oil producer but whose population struggles for survival. Moderator: Milton Allimadi, publisher, Black Star News. Venue: Global Information Network

146 West 29th Street between 6th and 7th Aves, 7th Floor. Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Date: April 8 - Thursday

Your RSVP is appreciated! 212-244-3123.

Additional information about Mr. Marques can be found at this website: Sponsored by Lisa Vives. Executive Director, Global Information Network. 146 West 29th Street, Suite 7E. New York, NY 10001


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