Alan Keyes To Speak At ZOA Mission To Capitol Hill
May 29, 2002

Dear Friends:

We are excited to inform you that the Hon. Alan Keyes will be the featured speaker aat the ZOA’s dinner at the Israeli Embassy in Washington on June 11, 2002, as part of the ZOA’s Annual Activist Mission to Capitol Hill.

Throughout his career, Alan L. Keyes has been one of the most passionate and outspoken supporters of Israel. He is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, and host of the popular and lively MS-NBC television talk show, “Alan Keyes Is Making Sense,” AND HE DOES! A candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2000, Dr. Keyes previously served as Assistant U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. He is founder and chairman of Black America’s Political Action Committee. He received both his B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University.

We know you will find his remarks at the Mission dinner enlightening and informative, as he presents his behind-the-scenes view of the Middle East situation. We look forward to personally greeting you at the embassy for this important event.


Morton A. Klein, National President
Dr. Alan Mazurek, Chairman of the Board
Dr. Michael Goldblatt, Chairman, National Executive Committee

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