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Time: 7:00 pm
Location: First Congregational Church, Madison (1609 University Ave.)
Please join students and faculty from the UW-Madison Center for South Asia and Physicians for Social Responsibility Wisconsin for an evening of classical Indian music and dance to benefit the communities impacted by the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster. All proceeds from the event support the nutrition program at the Chingari Trust Rehabilitation Center.
Chingari Trust Rehabilitation Center provides medical treatment and rehabilitation to children born with birth defects, disabilities or facing threats to their lives from the pollution and contamination of their environment. To improve the health of their students, Chingari Trust, with funds raised by PSR Wisconsin, UW School of Medicine & Public Health Student PSR and UW-Madison field term students over the last 3 years, has begun a nutrition program to provide a noon time meal to every student, every day at school.
Thursday's fundraiser event features Indian dance, acoustical music and snacks. The snack will be served at 8:40 PM after sundown in observance of Ramadan. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your on-going support of this program!More information »
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Coal ash is toxic. Tell President Obama that protection from coal ash contamination has to be robust, mandatory and nationwide.
The Toolkit is a combination of easy-to-use reference guides for health providers and user-friendly health education materials on preventing exposures to toxic chemicals and other substances that affect infant and child health. Read more »
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