Fairness (Tuesday 17th April, 2012)
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"How Can it be Fair?"
A dance performance by LINK Dance, accompanied by a presentation by Dr. Janice Sarra, exploring the issue of fairness. Inspiration is the events of the recent economic collapse in the US which hit some much harder than others and with virtually no accountability. The dance allows you to experience the notion of fairness intellectually, kinesthetically and emotionally.
Choreographer: Gail Lotenberg
Dancers; Link Dance
Speaker; Dr. Janis Sarra (law professor, Director of the Peter Wall Institute and global expert on corporate law).
Tuesday 17th April, 2012
Enoch Turner School House
Free admission, but please register: firstname.lastname@example.org
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