UNA-USA Nashville Annual Spring Dinner

United Nations Association – Nashville-Cordell Hull Chapter presents:
“The Diplomacy of Genocide” with Tom Osborne
Founder and President of US-UN Report
Former ABC News UN Bureau Chief

UNA-USA Nashville Annual Spring Dinner
Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Belle Meade United Methodist Church
112 Davidson Road, Nashville, TN 37205

Cost: $20.00 / $12 for students (payment at door, cash or check)
Hot buffet dinner – vegetarian option available if requested with reservation
Reservations Required by noon April 21, 2017
Call (615) 627-7352 or email info@una-nashville.org

Tom Osborne is the founder and president of US-UN Report, a weekly online and am radio broadcast, also now heard on iTunes, and soon to go into radio syndication. US-UN Report deals specifically with U.S. foreign policy in the United Nations.

Tom had an early political career when he worked for and campaigned with Senator George McGovern and Robert Kennedy’s campaigns for president in South Dakota where he went to college. In 1974 he won the democratic nomination running for state senator. Tom grew up in Akron, Ohio; went to New York to pursue his goals as a seminarian in the Paulist Fathers. He left the Paulists in 1985 and served for two years as the first director of the Anne Frank Foundation and Center in New York.

Tom went to work for ABC News and World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, where he was assigned as UN bureau chief from 1989-1999. Since that time he has been working in documentary films and is now finishing his book: “Genocide for Beginners,” which covers the ten years he served at the United Nations reporting for ABC and the late Peter Jennings.