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Join Senator Obama in NYC - March 27 (New York, NY)
Thursday, March 27th, 11:30am at One Madison Ave.
You have been invited by Hrishi Karthikeyan (NYU).

Event Info
Join Senator Obama in NYC - March 27
Time and Place
Thursday, March 27, 2008
11:30am - 1:00pm
One Madison Ave.
(b/w 23rd and 24th Streets)
New York, NY

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