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National Speaker Forum: Robin Wright

Keith Bowers
7:30 p.m., Thursday March 14 | $35 lecture only. $135 for lecture + private reception.

 Middle East specialist Robin Wright is an award winning journalist and author, and is speaking on "U.S. Intervention: When is Enough Really Enough?" Her projects explore new trends in the Islamic world, such as the Arab revolts, the rise of political Islam and the counter-jihad against extremism. She will identify issues that will define the next decade, when the Middle East's transformation will be a major policy challenge for the United States and the West.



Where: Plum Street Temple
Phone: 513-793-2556
Address: 720 Plum St.
Website: womanscityclub.org

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