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"REMEMBER THEIR SACRIFICE" MEET AUTHORS: ARIF KHATIB & PETE ELMAN
May 6, 2023

News from Office of Arif Khatib Founder and President Emeritus Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises CommUNITY Spotlight San Francisco~Dallas~~~

 

Anette Harris & Marc Loupé

Invite You To

 

M E E T   T H E   A U T H O R S

 

A R I F  KHATIB  &  PETE  ELMAN

 

REMEMBER THEIR  SACRIFICE 

 

Sunday, May 7, 2023

3 - 5 PM

At  Y E M A

10 Main Street

Tiburon

 

RSVP 415.640.6222

Arif Khatib
Founder and President Emeritus
Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame
Publisher: African American Sports Magazine
Author: In the Shadow of Obscurity..Toiling In A Reluctant Society
Remember Their Sacrifice....Stories of Unheralded Athletes of Color
Film Producer: Because They Believed
Cultural Ambassador for Indian American Hindu Community
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