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DELEGATE CONVENES U.S.-CARIBBEAN FORUM

Delegate Donna Christian-Christensen convened the Institute of Caribbean Studies' second annual U.S.-Caribbean Legislative Forum in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, May 18. Various panels discussed such topics as the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean, the applicability of current legislation to the health crisis, regional political participation and trade within the Caribbean.
The institute is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to policy research and analysis and public education regarding issues affecting the Caribbean and people of Caribbean heritage living in the United States.
Later that day, the delegate attended the White House signing by President Clinton of the Caribbean Basin Initiative/Africa Trade Bill into law.

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Delegate Donna Christian-Christensen convened the Institute of Caribbean Studies' second annual U.S.-Caribbean Legislative Forum in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, May 18. Various panels discussed such topics as the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean, the applicability of current legislation to the health crisis, regional political participation and trade within the Caribbean.
The institute is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to policy research and analysis and public education regarding issues affecting the Caribbean and people of Caribbean heritage living in the United States.
Later that day, the delegate attended the White House signing by President Clinton of the Caribbean Basin Initiative/Africa Trade Bill into law.