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[Habitat_for_Humanity] Fwd: Invitation to em[POWER] Rutgers' Chapter's Art Exhibit

Julia A. Telfer jutelfer at
Mon Oct 11 09:34:45 EDT 2010

Hey Guys!,

Just got this forward about an emPower event happening this Tuesday (10/12) before our meeting. They assist people living in landfill communities and promote their cause through the powerful, fabulous, amarzing medium of art (art history major hahahaha). Its starts at 8pm and will be located in the Busch Campus Center. There is more info about the event at the bottom of this email.

Hope you can attend!,

HFH Secretary

-----Original Message-----

> Date: Mon Oct 11 01:34:28 EDT 2010
> From: "emPOWER Rutgers Chapter" < at>
> Subject: Invitation to em[POWER] Rutgers' Chapter's Art Exhibit
> To: vanni at, benjamma at, jutelfer at, dylando at, spyo at, sgolthi at, madhurit at, dsorkin at, amymic at, isnard at, gicesped at, cynthia.douglas at
> Dear Students and Faculty,
> My name is Tammy Hsu and I am the Executive Board Secretary of the em[POWER]
> Rutgers' Chapter.  I am writing to you because our chapter is holding an art
> exhibit on Tuesday October 12th and I was hoping you would be able to send
> out the following email through your respective ListServs or to anyone who
> would be interested in attending our event.  Please see below for more
> information and thank you so much for your assistance and cooperation.
> The em[POWER] Rutgers Chapter cordially invite you to our "Wasteland to
> Homeland: A Personal Account of Transforming Lives in Landfill Communities"
> art exhibition.  It will take place this *Tuesday*, *October 12th* from *12pm
> to 8pm* in the *Busch Campus Center's International Lounge*.
> The em[POWER] Rutgers Chapter aims to assist people living in landfill
> communities by providing both green energy solutions and community
> development as a platform to help lift them out of poverty. The program's
> main focus is to provide the Rutgers community with a holistic understanding
> of waste, education, poverty, landfill communities and the intersection of
> all of these concepts.
> The event will feature artwork created by children living in a landfill
> community as a way to project their voices, as well as artwork and
> photography with a focus on the themes of poverty and waste.  So come out
> for an afternoon of free food, great art, and open your eyes to the borders
> beyond the horizon.
> Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns <>.
>  We hope to see you there!
> Sincerely,
> Tammy Hsu
> Executive Board Secretary
> -- 
> em[POWER] Rutgers Chapter
> at

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