East Coast CISPES Tour with Margarito Nolasco

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East Coast Schedule: October 26 - November 5 with Margarito Nolasco, National Youth Secretary of the FMLN

Wednesday 10/26 - Saturday 10/29 -> NY, NY Phil: [email protected] Sunday 10/30 - Tuesday 11/1 -> Washington, DC Jacob: [email protected] Wednesday 11/2 - Saturday 11/5 -> Boston, MA Eli: [email protected] New York: Thursday, October 27 at 7:00pm Saint Mary's Episcopal Church: 521 West 126th St, NYC RSVP on Facebook Friday, October 28th at 12:00pm (noon) Liberty Plaza/Zuccotti Park at Occupied Wall Street, NYC Friday, October 28th at 7:00pm 4415 New York Ave, Union City, NY With CEUS (Comité en Union para Salvadoreños) Contact NY CISPES on Facebook at NYCISPES.org [email protected]or call 917.214.4870 Washington DC: Tuesday, November 1st at 7:00 pm St Stephens Church (in the auditorium) RSVP on facebook 1525 Newton St NW Washington DC 20010  St Stephens is located on the corner of 16th and Newton St, a short walk from the Colombia Heights metro station on the Green/ Yellow line or by bus on the 52, 53, 54, S1, S2, S4, S9 routes. Contact Jacob: 202.425.6028 [email protected]

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