Women’s Campaign International and Accountability Lab present
Liberia Post-Ebola: Facing the Future Together
Held in the Africa/Asia Room, 2nd Floor
The Ebola crisis in West Africa came at a high cost of the human life. Deeply affecting many facets of Liberian life, it has shed light on health, social, and educational needs, giving us the opportunity to work together on the post Ebola economic recovery. Please join Women’s Campaign International and Accountability Lab for an engaging panel discussion on the role of the international community and the U.S. African immigrants in helping Liberia and West Africa rebuild in the aftermath of Ebola. There will be a special performance by the Liberian Women’s Chorus for Change, musicians who are using the power of traditional songs as an inspirational call to action on issues facing local Liberian and other African immigrant communities. The event is free and open to the public. All are welcome to attend.
Marjorie Margolies, President and Founder, Women’s Campaign International
- Rev. Moses Suah-Dennis, MDiv., Chair: Coalition of West African Countries Affected by Ebola
- W. Lawrence Yealue, West African Representative, Accountability Lab
- Anna Doubeni, MD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania
- Graham Button, Programs Manager, Women’s Campaign international, former Peace Corps Volunteer
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is requested.
For additional information, please contact Samantha Seisler at (215) 387-2601 or firstname.lastname@example.org