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Title: Latin American and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series: Zapatas Garden: Fighting Globalization and Government Corruption through Collective Gardening.
Date: Thu. Feb 05, 2004
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Description: Zapatas Garden: Fighting Globalization and Government Corruption through Collective Gardening. Alexandra Halkin, Chiapas Media Project, Founder & Director to introduce the film festival on Saturday. Location: Anthropology Dept. Conference Room SOC 37 (Basement of SOC building) Contact Shari Feldman, Anthropology Club, 362-2000 This event is part of USF's Latin America and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series for Spring 2004. - - - For more information, visit the LACS Web site at http://web.usf.edu/~lacs/.
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