France's leading Philosopher, filmmaker and author of Who Killed Daniel Pearl? to meet Toronto media Sunday, March 25



    TORONTO, March 22 /CNW/ - Bernard-Henri Levy, one of France's leading
philosophers and one of the most esteemed writers in Europe, will be
addressing media this Sunday, March 25 at Toronto's Park Hyatt Hotel (4 Avenue
Road) at 3:00 p.m. in the hotel's Day Room.
    Levy, an activist and filmmaker, is the author of 30 books including Who
Killed Daniel Pearl?
    Levy, who is in Toronto as keynote speaker at a UJA Federation of Greater
Toronto event, is co-founder of the antiracist group SOS Racism and has served
on diplomatic missions for the French government, most recently heading a
fact-finding mission to Afghanistan in the wake of the war with the Taliban.




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For further information: Margi Oksner at (416) 631-5826 or (647)
998-1126 (cell).

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