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Posted at 12:53 PM ET, 10/22/2012

Ayudando: Bilingual foreign policy discussion and debate watch


Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will discuss foreign policy at the presidential debate Monday. (AFP/Getty Images)
The Root DC  is partnering with the Interactivity Foundation’s IF...Urban Initiative to host a bilingual, nonpartisan foreign policy discussion at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22. After dinner and discussion at The Washington Post building, guests are invited to watch the final Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, on foreign policy.

The group will discuss “Helping Out: Humanitarian Policy for Global Security” edited by IF Fellow Dennis Boyer and “Ayudando: Politica: Humanitaria Para La Securidad Global” translated into Spanish by Rosa A. Ortiz. (The reports may be downloaded here.)

The Interactivity Foundation is a nonprofit organization that sponsors policy discussions for everyday people. Co-sponsors are Allison Brown Consulting, Oden Dillard PLLC and the National Association of Multicultural Digital Entrepreneurs.

Spanish/English translation will be provided. Seating is extremely limited. For more information about this and future IF-sponsored policy discussions, e-mail urban@interactivityfoundation.org.

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