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IPR Enforcement and Protection: May 26th-30th

8 Intellectual Property Rights professionals will come from China to talk about how to protect companies' IPR and why it is so important to do so.  Discussions with educators, lawyers, and companies will focus on why IPR is such an important topic, economically, and how strong protections can lead to more economic growth. They can also talk about how weak protections can lead to a reduction in economic activity.




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UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

"What Does Democracy Look Like?"
A Veteran Reading & Exhibit
New Hampshire Humanities 
Wednesday, May 23rd 5:30 PM-8 PM
Currier Museum of Art
150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104


New Hampshire Humanities and the Currier Museum of Art invite you to a special program featuring the writing and photography of veterans who participated in a March workshop led by Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent David Wood and international photo journalist Andrea Bruce.

What does Democracy look like? What does it mean to serve your country? How does one person effect change? Veterans came together to reflect upon these questions and how to express in words and images their own experience of war and homecoming. On May 23, these veterans will read from their works in progress and show their images on a big screen. The presentation will serve as a tribute to the veteran experience and a model of how to bridge the divide between military and civilian life.

Veterans: FREE
Regular Admission: $10

(Registration includes access to the museum galleries and a catered reception with cash bar)

5:30 pm: Reception
6:30 to 8:00 pm: Program in the Auditorium

All public areas of the Museum and Art Center are wheelchair accessible, and elevators are located throughout the building. For more information about the Museum's accessibility, click HERE.

Photo by Jack Mallory

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