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May 15 - Remembering Haiti Photo Exhibition (New York)

Hosted by UNA-SNY’s Young Professionals for International Cooperation (YPIC)

Saturday, May 15
3 PM – 1 AM

988 Manhattan Avenue
Greenpoint, Brooklyn
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The event will feature photographs taken during the Haiti Earthquake Response Coalition’s relief mission in March Protected content . Meet and greet the volunteers, hear about their experiences, and enjoy drinks and BBQ food on top of one of Greenpoint’s most stunning rooftops.

Ms. Heidi Kuttab
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations: 4:00 PM

Haitian native Monvelyno Alexis and band: 4:30 PM
DJ Drunkenmaster: 8 PM

The Edeyo Foundation

Online tickets (purchase online by May Protected content
$10 UNA or YPIC members
Early Bird Discount for Non-members:
$15 online tickets available until May 9th (regular non-members admission $20)

At the door
$20 general admission

Tickets include admission and a food and drink voucher (Cash-bar thereafter)

Purchase your tickets by May 14 at
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————————————————————————————————————ABOUT SNY YPIC
The Young Professionals for International Cooperation of Southern NY State Division (SNY YPIC) was established in Protected content a Protected content volunteer-based group committed to serving young professionals in the New York City metropolitan area. SNY YPIC seeks to promote the missions and endeavors of the United Nations through various programs. Additionally, it serves as a forum for young professionals to explore issues surrounding international affairs and to become acquainted with the programs of UNA-USA. Through discussions, partnerships, and action-oriented initiatives, SNY YPIC offers its members a platform for education, advocacy, professional development in international affairs, and the opportunity to volunteer in international service. The group consists of diverse individuals from the fields of business, law, public service, healthcare and the media. For more information, please visit Protected content

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