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April 12: African Settlements in Latin America


PATERSON, NJ - A member of the National Dominican Roundtable will be conducting a presentation entitled, "African Settlements in Latin America" on April 12 at the Paterson Library.
Nestor Montilla, Sr.,  an administrator at City University of New York, will be conducting the session, which will run from 6-8 pm. Admission will be free and refreshments will be served. The event is being organized by Wilkin Santana.
Santana and Montilla have among the Paterson Latino activists who have pushed for the city's new ward map to consolidate the Riverside neighborhood all into the 4th Ward.
For more Information, call 862-686-8992.


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