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Egyptian Revolution of 2011 with Ms Sahar Aziz Esq

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EVENT – SCHEDULED APPEARANCE on Law Talk Radio webcast: “Egyptian Revolution of 2011 with Ms Sahar Aziz Esq” On Friday, February 04, 2011 Attorney Sahar Aziz will share perspectives on the recent events in Egypt. We encourage listeners to share this information so we can all be well informed. WHO – Attorney Sahar Aziz, principal of the Law Office of Sahar F. Aziz, is a civil rights attorney of Egyptian descent and adjunct professor of national security law and civil rights at the Georgetown University Law Center. Ms. Aziz’s practice focuses on immigration, employment, and civil rights matters. Ms. Aziz also advises nonprofit organizations in developing effective strategies and programs to achieve their institutional objectives. Web: http://www.saharazizlaw.com/. SUBJECT MATTER – On January 18, 2011, Ms. Asma Mahfouz recorded her video on YouTube and then shared it with the world on Facebook, proclaiming, “We just want our human rights and nothing else.” (subscript on video). Today, Attorney Sahar Aziz is here to share some Egyptian American perspectives on what's happening in Egypt. Beginning with a brief history of the Mubarak Government, we will learn more about the conflict many refer to as a revolution. The broadcast on ALR/PRA LawTalkRadio airs 02/04/2011 at 8:30 am CST (9:30EST/6:30PST) via http://www.blogtalkradio.com/alrpra/2011/02/04/egyptian-revolution-of-2011-with-ms-sahar-aziz-esq <- keeps="" archived="" links="" also="" available="" -=""> www.alrpra.com. ### For interviews regarding Attorney Sahar Aziz, contact J. Nick Augustine’s office at (312) 854-7149 or mailto:nick@alrpra.com © 2011 ALR/PRA, Inc.

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