Celebrate 30 Years of the
Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service
Celebrate 30 years of the ASK Program on Friday, February 23 at Georgetown University's Copley Formal Lounge (map), which is accessible from Red Square in the center of GU's campus. The ASK Program was founded in 1987 to connect Georgetown students, staff, and faculty with court-involved youth in the Washington, DC area. For the past 30 years, hundreds of Hoyas and ASK youth have learned together, shared meals, and built community.
The celebration begins at 5:00pm with music, appetizers, and mocktails until 6:30pm. A dinner buffet begins at 6:30pm, and features past alumni and program founders as speakers. See below for more details.
Come for any part of the Celebration and stay as long as you can!
If you would like to support the ASK Program's work, please consider making a donation here.
If you have an questions about ASK or this event, please contact CSJ Assistant Director for Youth Justice Programs and ASK Program Director, Gina Bulett, at [email protected]
5:00 - 6:30pm
Mocktail Hour, appetizers, music and art
Welcome and Opening Prayer
- Gina Bulett (B'08)
- Father Raymond Kemp
7:00 - 7:15pm
Speakers and video messages
- Gene Pinkard (C'92)
- Fonda Sutton (F'87, L'95, G'15)
- Dr. Daniel Porterfield (C'83)
- Hon. Ricardo Urbina (C'67, L'70)
- Additional speakers TBA, featuring a youth participant and Georgetown student
7:45 - 9:00pm
Music and Art
Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by February 16 by completing this form or calling (202) 687-1979. Center for Social Justice will consider and make reasonable efforts to fulfill requests for accommodation. Direct any questions about this form or your accommodations request to Center for Social Justice Operations Officer, Caitlin Miller, at [email protected].
When: Friday, Feb. 23 - 10:00 pm
Saturday, Feb. 24 2:00 am
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