- Jeff Graham, Executive Director of Georgia Equality
Jeff Graham of Georgia Equality will lead the discussion on developing a state and nation-wide movement for LGBTQ rights. Georgia Equality is an organization that works to advance fairness, safety and opportunity for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities throughout Georgia. Jeff began advocating on LGBT and AIDS related issues as a college student in the mid-1980s and has continued his advocacy on these issues since that time. He has been involved in a wide variety or grassroots and legislative advocacy campaigns and has served as either an executive director or board member to a number of local and national organizations working on issues related to gay and transgender rights, access to healthcare, community empowerment and HIV/AIDS.
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Reception from 6:30p.m. to 7:00p.m.
Discussion at 7:00p.m. to 8:15p.m.
- Ambassador Shapiro, World Affairs Council President & former Director of the Cuba Affairs Bureau at the U.S. State Department
On Friday, June 16, President Trump announced the results of his administration’s review of Cuba policy. In general terms he reversed some but not all of the opening to Cuba which President Obama initiated in December 2014. Come to this flash briefing to find out what these changes will mean for travel to Cuba and what the impact will be for doing business in Cuba. Ambassador Charles Shapiro will discuss what we know, what will be revealed when the regulations are written at Treasury and Commerce and what you need to know about travel to Cuba.View the program flyer
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