“Refugee Rights and State Responsibilities”
is Topic of Discussion for October 21 One Table Café
PRINCETON – “Refugee Rights and State Responsibilities” – an issue that may be impacted by the upcoming presidential election – will be the topic of discussion for Professor Morton Winston of The College of New Jersey at Trinity Church’s October 21st One Table Café dinner. Princeton’s Mediterra Restaurant is graciously providing the three-course fare at 6:30 pm before the guest speaker’s presentation inside Trinity’s Pierce-Bishop Hall, 33 Mercer Street.
Morton Winston is a Professor of Philosophy; his areas of specialization include human rights theory, political philosophy, ethics, and the philosophy of technology. In addition to his academic career, Dr. Winston has a long record as a human rights activist. He is the founding chair of Amnesty International USA’s Business and Human Rights Group and served as chairman of the board of directors of Amnesty International USA.
Trinity Church’s One Table Café is a community-supported restaurant where dinner is offered on a “pay what you can” basis. How do you pay? Envelopes are left on your table, people pay by cash or checks, and your Trinity Church server picks up the envelopes at the end of the meal. This year, all net proceeds benefit Mercer Street Friends, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Bread for the World, and Episcopal Relief & Development.
Dress is casual and children are welcome, but reservations are a must as we can only seat 150 guests. Please RSVP by October 19, 2016, by calling (609) 216- 7770.
The next One Table Café dinner is November 18th with guest speaker Trenton May Eric Jackson. Mark your calendar and invite guests now for the 2017 One Table Café dining experience that begins its seventh year on January 20, 2017.
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