Posted by : Robert Child Sunday

In celebration of Veterans Day I am heading north to speak at the prestigious Binghamton Forum. My breakfast keynote is titled, The Wereth Eleven An Unknown War Crime. I will detailing the tragic event itself as well as what it took to bring this story from WWII to the screen. The Wereth Eleven was nominated for an Emmy® this year and airs on The Military Channel in February 2013 in celebration of Black History Month.



From the Binghamton Forum website:
Established in 1977 as the Harpur Forum, the Binghamton University Forum is a membership organization devoted to strengthening the bond between the University and the community. It serves local business, professional and community leaders by hosting events that encourage new thinking, generate discussion and give members the chance to meet some of the most remarkable people alive today. Forum events also provide a rich environment for personal and professional networking. 

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