Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Taste Bud Solidarity: Amnesty International Dinner at Mi Tierra Guatemalan/Salvadoran Restaurant this Sunday

As you may have read, as we prepare for this year's Get on the Bus for Human Rights, we have been sampling the cuisines of the cultures at the center of our human rights actions. Before we hit the streets of New York to demand respect for human rights and an end to the gold mining industry's exploitation of both the people and the land in Guatemala, we will be celebrating Guatemalan food and culture closer to home.

This Sunday, we will meet for dinner at Mi Tierra, a Guatemalan and Salvadoran restaurant, in Waltham, MA. Please join with members of Amnesty International Local Group 133 this Sunday evening, April 5th, at 5 p.m. for a delicious dinner.

Mi Tierra Restaurant

585 Moody St.,Waltham, MA 02453



Please let us know if you will be able to join us for dinner, so that we can make a reservation and arrange carpools: kelly@amnesty133.org.

For more information about the April 17th Get on the Bus event, please go to www.gotb.org.


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