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July 21, 2015: Healing America: The Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, Fairer Healthcare

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T.R. Reid
Author, Lecturer, and Documentary Film Maker


Tuesday, July 21, 2015
5:30 pm
University Club & Alumni Center
200 E. Brandeis Avenue, Louisville, KY 40208



T.R. Reid had become one of the nation's best-known reporters through his books and articles, his documentary films, his reporting for the Washington Post, and his light-hearted commentaries on NPR's Morning Edition. Reid is a member of the board of the Health Research and Education Trust, the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, and other community and educational institutions. He has served as Kai-cho, or president, of the Japan-America Society of Colorado. He is Chairman of the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care, the state-wide citizens' campaign working to provide health care for every Coloradan. Biography



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Payment by check is available, but RSVP must be made to and the check sent to World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana, 200 W. Broadway, Ste. 607, Louisville, KY 40202 


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