• Save the Date - Luncheon with Azim Khamisa April 28, 2015

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Join the World Affairs Council of Orange County to hear from our expert panel and learn about the challenges and possible solutions on border security and immigration. Mexico’s Drug War, Border Security and Undocumented Immigration: Separating Spectacle from Reality   The  Mexican Drug War, which is in its ninth year, has spanned two Mexican Presidential administrations and resulted in the arrest and death of several high-ranking drug trafficking figures.  Despite […]

Genocide – where are we today Acknowledging 100 years from the Armenian Genocide Every year on April 24 Armenians around the world commemorate the victims of the Armenian Genocide. April 24 of 1915 is the day when thousands of the Armenian community leaders of Constantinople (now Istanbul) were deported and mostly executed (Wikipedia) SAVE THE DATE Tuesday, April 2, 2015 Details to follow   Some articles for reference: One Hundred Years […]

Save the Date Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Luncheon with Azim Khamisa   Azim Khamisa is an inspiration. Hailed by dignitaries such as the Dalai Lama, Former President Bill Clinton and Al Gore, Azim carries his inspirational message of forgiveness, peace and hope into a world in desperate need of each. Following the loss of his only son Tariq in 1995 to a senseless, gang-related murder, Azim chose the path of forgiveness […]

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