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Felege Hiywot’s 10th Anniversary Spring Garden Party Fundraiser

Saturday April 5
6:00-9:00 pm

Indiana State Fairgrounds,
Dupont Pavilion
1202 E. 38Th St.

$75, tickets and info

Says FHC:


Join us as we celebrate 10 years of bringing youth education and development to the city of Indianapolis. The work done at the Felege Hiywot Center has changed hearts, lives, and minds. Help us sustain our continued growth by joining us in celebration on April 5. Your attendance will help us fully launch Indianapolis’ first youth-led urban farm program, a truly innovate approach to youth development. For more details on the FHC Youth Farm Initiative, visit the page.

Keynote Speaker: Allan Boesak

Dr. Allan Aubrey Boesak was born in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa in 1946. In 1983, Allan Boesak called for the formation of the United Democratic Front, which became the largest organized, non-racial anti-apartheid movement in the history of the country. Allan Boesak became its most visible leader and spokesperson until its closure in 1991. Although he has retired from active party politics, Dr. Boesak still is deeply involved in global struggles for human rights, social, economic and ecological justice, gender and sexual justice across the world. Allan Boesak is the author of 17 books, co-author and editor of four. Boesak is also the recipient of numerous awards including the Robert Kennedy Human Rights Award, the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award, and the King Hintsa Bravery Award from the Royal Xhosa House. He is also the recipient of thirteen honorary degrees from such institutions as Yale University. Dr. Boesak is founding director of the Desmond Tutu Centre for Reconciliation and Global Justice at Christian Theological Seminary and Butler University in Indianapolis.


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