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An Update from Palestine with Mazin Qumsiyeh: Reception and Fundraiser Wednesday, June 28 | 8-9:30pm Mediterranean Deli 410 W. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill Mazin Qumsiyeh, founder and Director of Palestine Museum of Natural History and Palestine Institute for Biodiversity Research at Bethlehem University, will talk about biodiversity and environmental threats in Palestine. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by June 20 to 919-942-2535 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Lecture: Biodiversity and Conservation in the Holy Land Thursday, June 29 | 7-8:30pm Science…Find out more »
Join the Persian Art Center in Carolina for an analysis of poetry of two great contemporary Persian poets, Fereydoon Moshiri and Ahmad Shamloo. Speakers will include Dr. Amir Rezvani and Mr. Yousef Amiri. The program will begin with a social from 4-4:30, followed by a welcome and introduction by Dr. Amir Rezvani. From 4:45-6:00, there will be presentations by Rezvani and Amiri, followed by an open forum and discussion. From 6:45-7:45 there will be live Persian music and poetry…Find out more »