WACWM presents the youngest coffee grader ever and the Mexican Ambassador, plus forums on social med

The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan (WACWM) is back this fall –its 71st year of bringing the global conversations to the region—with Her Excellency Martha Bàrcena Coqui, the Mexican Ambassador to the U.S., in a digital discussion about North American trade, pandemic mitigation and cultural relations on Thursday, September 17. Start time for the live program via YouTube, will be at 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 17. Ambassador Bàrcena has been to West Michigan before and she is familiar with its people, industry, and educational excellence. She will talk about the new USMCA trade agreement, COVID-19 responses, and suggest some positive ways forward for the Mexican-U.S. relationship.

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