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  • Some 200 people from four different countries, including the United States, Canada, Ghana and the Ivory Coast, were in attendance for the convention marking the 50th anniversary of Birthright in the United States. The convention, June 6-9, took place at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Diane Angilella, left, and Hanne Combs, Birthright volunteers from Richmond, Indiana, listen to the June 7 opening address from former Birthright USA national director, Terry Weaver. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Terry Weaver provides the opening address at the convention marking the 50th anniversary of Birthright in the United States. She started the Atlanta office of Birthright U.S.A. in 1969. At the end of 2014, Weaver stepped down after serving as the organization’s national director for nearly 25 years. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Vladimir G. Mamaradlo, the lay pastoral assistant and youth minister at St. Joseph the Worker Church, Thornhill, Ontario, gave the June 7 morning talk on “Communicating With Millennials.” After his presentation, Mamaradlo was inundated with questions and comments. Photo By Michael Alexander

Some 200 people from four different countries, including the United States, Canada, Ghana and the Ivory Coast, were in attendance for the convention marking the 50th anniversary of Birthright in the United States. The convention, June 6-9, took place at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Birthright celebrates 50 years of spreading love at Atlanta convention

Nearly 200 people gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Birthright in the United States June 7-9 in Atlanta.