Interdependence Day to discuss immigration, community, interdependence Monday, Sept. 12


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Interdependence Day was launched on Sept. 12, 2003 as a post 9/11 symbol of regeneration. This year’s local participation will include a panel discussion on ‘Immigration, Community and Interdependence,’ hosted by The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee and the United Way of Lackawanna County from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 at the Scranton Culture Center, second floor.


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SCRANTON — The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee and the United Way of Lackawanna County will host a panel discussion on “Immigration, Community and Interdependence” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 at the Scranton Cultural Center, second floor.

A discussion panel will include: Michael Hanley, chief executive office of the United Neighborhood Centers and recipient of the Interdependence Day Award; Adnan Herbawi, MBA graduate from The University of Scranton from Palestine; Elista Neshkova, a nurse from Bulgaria, and Sonya Saner, program director of Catholic Social Services. The panel will be moderated by Sandra Myers, co-founder of Interdependence Day.

Interdependence Day was launched on Sept. 12, 2003 in Philadelphia. The date was deliberately chosen as a post 9/11 symbol of regeneration, as a time to reflect on the tragedy of the incidents of terror, not only in the United States, but all over the world, and to ask the question, “What next?”

For more information, visit InterdependenceDaynepa.org.

Interdependence Day was launched on Sept. 12, 2003 as a post 9/11 symbol of regeneration. This year’s local participation will include a panel discussion on ‘Immigration, Community and Interdependence,’ hosted by The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee and the United Way of Lackawanna County from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 at the Scranton Culture Center, second floor.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_ABJ-Interdependence.jpgInterdependence Day was launched on Sept. 12, 2003 as a post 9/11 symbol of regeneration. This year’s local participation will include a panel discussion on ‘Immigration, Community and Interdependence,’ hosted by The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee and the United Way of Lackawanna County from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12 at the Scranton Culture Center, second floor. Submitted artwork

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Information provided by The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee.

Information provided by The Greater Scranton Interdependence Day Committee.

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