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WOMAN'S NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB Hosts A World Without Violent Conflicts. Peace. Peter Loge, VP External Relations, Ann-Louise Colgan, Director, Global Peacebuilding Center US Institute of Peace Thursday November 20, 2014 TIME: 11:30am - Bar opens; 12:15pm - Lunch; 1-2pm – Presentation/Q&A 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036 PRICE: $20 Members; $30 Non-members (includes lunch); $10 Lecture only Come learn how the US Institute of Peace promotes international peace and conflict resolution. Learn about their research on causes, prevention and resolution of conflicts. Learn about the skills and tools they teach peacebuilders, a new generation of students and educators who are effecting change. Peter Loge joined USIP as Vice President for External Relations. Prior to that he launched MILO Public Affairs, a Washington based Legislative Strategy firm. He has also served as the first Director of the Justice Project, which helped redefine the national death penalty and criminal justice debate. Ann Louise-Colgan is the Director of the Global Peace Center, which is the public education program at the USIP. She has worked for more than a decade at organizations focused on international human rights issues and U.S. foreign policy. Her background includes work at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum where she managed the Genocide Prevention Task Force. Reserve by telephone (202)[masked] ext. 3003 or online at www.democraticwoman.org http://democraticwoman.org/index.cfm?action=events&sub=event&event=272 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036 Follow us at www.Facebook.com/WNDCLUB and Woman's Natl DemClub (@WNDC_1922) | Twitterg nice...
Tale of theTongs - Film Night Friday, February 27, 2015 TIME: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm LOCATION: 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Woman's National Democratic Club PRICE: $25 (Light supper $15; Movie $10) Cash Bar REGISTER: https://salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/5880/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=424732 Tale of the Tongs documents the story of Catholic University architecture professor Travis Price and his students building an architectural memorial on the island of Inishturk, Ireland over nine days in 2013. The film interweaves the process of construction with profiles of people who live on the island, their culture and landscape. A discussion with the film directors, Judy and Stanley Hallet follows the screening. Filmmaker Judith Hallet’s subjects have included the tribes of Indonesia’s Irian Jaya rainforest, Argentina gauchos, Yellowstone’s wild buffalo—and profiles of Jane Goodall and Pope John Paul II. She received DC’s Mayor’s Arts Award for Excellence in an Artistic Discipline. Stanley Hallet, Catholic University’s Professor Emeritus of Architecture, explores the historic and contemporary relationships between culture, urban design, landscape and architecture. Recognized as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects for his contributions to architecture and architectural education, he has received twelve AIA design awards.
WOMAN'S NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB PRESENTS BREAKFAST with DC Councilmember Ward One Brianne Nadeau Tuesday June 30, 2015 TIME: 8:00am – 10:00am LOCATION: 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036 PRICE: $15 Members; $20 Non-members $10 Lecture Come out and join WNDC members and guests for a meet and greet with Councilmember Brianne Nadeau. Hot buffet breakfast served. Brianne Nadeau was elected to the Council of the District of Columbia on November 2014 to represent Ward One. In her many years of service to the community, she has served as the Orange Hat Patrol and Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner 1B and on the Meridian Hill Neighborhood Association. She has familiarized herself with the MPD officers, small business, and has supported neighborhood cleanup efforts, abatement of abandoned properties, pedestrian safety, and bringing the neighborhood voices to development issues. She created, with business owners and residents, the U Street Movie Series and Sustainable U to increase sustainable living and working in the 14th and U Streets corridor. Prior to her involvement in DC issues, she served as Press Secretary and Scheduler for Congressman John Sarbanes (D-MD). Reserve online at www.democraticwoman.org or telephone (202)[masked] ext. 3003 Or register on line https://salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/5880/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=424947 1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington DC 20036 (Dupont Circle Metro) Follow us at www.facebook.com/WNDCLUB and www.twitter.com/WNDC_1922
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