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Sep 7, 2019

Reva Joshee is a Toronto professor and advisor to Jai Jagat, the group that will depart from Gandhi's grave in Delhi on October 2 and march to Geneva Switzerland, passing through Iran, Georgia, Croatia, among other states, to encourage ending social exclusion, poverty, warfare, and global warming. Reva tells Metta Spencer about the plan to other marchers coming to Geneva from Europe and Africa for several days of action, promoted by the United Nations there.            Sept 6, 2019

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