Pros: great place to work at
Cons: there was not that much down time
Come join us for 14th Grade Players' second show of the season, directed by Gavin Derleth!
After the Revolution deals with the ways a person’s legacy can be impacted when the morality of their decisions is later called into question. The Josephs are a family of Marxists formerly led by the late Joe Joseph who was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. Emma Joseph’s idolization of her grandfather is challenged when she learns the family secret: Joe Joseph delivered classified information to the Soviets and then lied about it in court. After the Revolution is about Emma’s reaction to this news as she tries to cope with the the now tainted legacy of her grandfather and the strain it has put on her personal relationships.
The show is going up in the Lisner Downstage on Thursday, March 21st at 8PM and Friday, March 22nd and Saturday, March 23rd at 7PM and 10PM.
Once you order a ticket, you must Venmo $5/ticket to the show's Production Manager, Megan Lombardi (@meganlombardi). If you prefer to pay cash, please arrive at the Downstage at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the show to ensure you have a seat. Please note that audience members who pre-order their tickets through Eventbrite and Venmo will be seated first.
The Lisner Downstage is NOT an accessible space. Please email us at email@example.com if there are any accommodations you may need from us.
Content Warnings: Racial insensitivity
The Wellness Leadership Revolution is a 1-day 100% Training event (no pitching and NO selling from the stage) where we show you how to create a Wellness Leadership business that allows you to dramatically increase your income, results and lifestyle freedom enabling you to ultimately work from anywhere around the globe.
The first step toward building a wellness leadership business that allows you to make a big impact and enjoy the time and financial freedom you dream about, is to leverage your best resource: Your Wisdom.
There are another 6 key insights listed below that you need to know to enter the top 1% of the industry and become a global wellness leader.
1. Package Your Wisdom.
You begin to rise above competition when you discover how to package your intellectual property, or what we like to call your wisdom property. This is your signature strategies, methodologies and programs. You have within you countless millions of dollars of ideas and insight into how to transform the human condition into freedom. You've been through a lot, and experienced so much, now is the time to begin packaging up this wisdom for the benefit of others and becoming the leader you were born to be.
What do you know that can help others?
2. Create Your Wellness journey
Now more than ever before, your audience is moving away from generic information and instead looking for specialised, self empowering, enlightening and empowering training. Google can only provide information, therefore it’s your job to create a sequenced “Wellness Journey” for your tribe. Sequencing your information in the right order and mentoring your clients to wellness is not only very lucrative for you, empowering for your clients, but it's also something Dr Google will never be able to provide.
What's your Wellness Journey?
3. Aim for a BIG mission.
Your audience wants to know why you exist and why they should join you. Now, more than ever, people want to work alongside organisations and leaders who have authenticity, integrity and a big end goal in mind that makes a positive difference to the planet. At Wellness Leadership our mission is to move 10 million people to wellness by the year 2020.
What's your mission?
4. Enter Genius Mode
Work towards spending more time working on your business, in your genius mode rather than stuck slaving away in it. You will need to automate the systems you are currently stuck managing day to day. Free yourself up to work more in your “Genius mode” and spend the majority of your time delivering the highest quality, empowering products, books, events and programs you have to offer.
How much of your time are you spending in Genius Mode?
5. Deliver through many branches.
You can no longer rest on your laurels and expect your income to continue through just one stream. The leaders of the wellness industry are all delivering high value empowerment to their tribe through many branches such as authorship, coaching, speaking, training and licensing, and they’re earning 10x more than the average practitioner.
What other branches can you grow to deliver your healing fruit?
6. Work from anywhere.
Having location freedom means you can spend more time with the people you love the most, and at the same time free yourself up to make a much bigger difference to the world. When you have the freedom to work from anywhere you also have more time to spend doing your best work. Imagine sitting on your favourite beach, writing your book, or authoring your online program, or watching the sales come in via your online shopping cart. It's the dream of all healers and coaches to spend more time doing more of what they love.
What difference could location freedom make to your life?
7. Become a Social Entrepreneur.
We’re pretty confident that if you made over $1 Million a year, you probably wouldn't go out and buy the most expensive home or car or exploit people with your riches. The ultimate goal of a wellness leader is to use your wealth to give back, help humanity prosper and make a bigger difference to the planet. We all have the potential of global transformation within us.
Will difference will your success make to the planet?
1. The Message MatrixTM
Prepare for any interview … on the couch, during a telesummit, at a live event, at a networking event, on Skype, or on radio or TV.
2. How to Seed A RainforestTM
Discover our world-first process for extracting your deepest wisdom, packaging it up and launching it for commercial viability.
3. The Wellness Journey FormulaTM
Package your genius by formulating your very own online signature program framework, so you can earn up to 5 times your regular income and earn money while you sleep.
4. The Content Marketing GameplanTM
Sequence your online launch timeline so you know what content to create and when, for maximum impact and profit from your launches.
5. The Funky Freebie BuilderTM
Attract hundreds, or even thousands, of potential clients with whom to engage, by creating an irresistible "wellness leadmagnet" so you can grow your mailing list exponentially.
6. The Event Profit SystemTM
Maximise your impact and minimise your own time investment by launching your very
own live event.
7. The Method TreeTM
Multiply your income streams by delivering your message via coaching, speaking, authoring, and online marketing, pivoting out of a time-for-money scenario. How to attract your tribe, package your genius, work from anywhere and become a globally conscious social entrepreneur.
Q: My business is struggling to scale. How can I justify this investment?
A: If your business is struggling, it’s partly due to the fact that you weren’t taught effective wellness marketing strategies during your study. By investing the financial equivalent of just one hour of your time in practice, you will receive the exact strategies that are working, right now.
Q: I'm not sure I can take time away from my business and my regular life to attend a live event. How can I justify the time away?
A: If you feel like you don't have time to invest 1 day in business growth, then you really need this event. Consider this an investment of your time that is sure to pay off by providing you with strategies to re-claim your time & your dream lifestyle!
Q: How is this event different from other business-building events?
A: First of all, it's 100% specific to the wellness industry, and helping you become a leader in this industry. We understand that you don't want to be sold to, and that you don’t want to sell to others. We have formulated our trainings to be non-salesy, authentic and we always come from the heart.
Q: I've taken lots of business trainings – how can I be sure I'll learn something new at yours?
A: We show you how to create your own signature intellectual property specific to the wellness industry. As far as we know, no one else on the planet is doing this right now for wellness leaders. We don't teach normal business strategies. We teach leadership and empowering marketing strategies specific to the wellness industry, so you can have 100% conviction and confidence in your message – and so your message reaches your local and global tribe.
Q: I've already worked with coaches like you. How are you unique?
A: We are not coaches. We are mentors and trainers. A mentor is someone who has walked the exact same path you're walking now and achieved a high level of success. A coach, on the other hand, does not have to have achieved results in your field or industry. This lack of sensitive wellness industry specific knowledge is perhaps one of the most common reasons most people have not achieved the results they desire.
Q: I've never heard of you. How can I be sure you know what you're talking about?
A: Each of us has a proven track record in building very successful wellness businesses, separately. Together, we have achieved the highest level of success in the wellness industry. We have built multiple 6 figure and 7 figure companies that account for us being within the top 1% of successful wellness leaders globally.
Grab a $153 (60% off) Super Early Bird discount towards the full ticket price if booked 30 days before the event and we’ll also give you a ticket for a friend for FREE! Click the green ticket button above to get your discount.
Here's what others say about the event:
The Wellness Leadership Revolution is the cutting edge “Industry Changer” that we’ve all been waiting for.
Participants will receive high level marketing and leadership training from former practitioners and global Wellness Leadership experts, Andy Ramsay and Marcus Bird.
It’s the first time an event of this caliber has been offered that’s dedicated to training wellness business owners in education based marketing, leadership and cutting edge busines building strategies.
We are passionate about providing support to those on the front line with the latest marketing and leadership training specific to the wellness industry, and help hundreds of enthusiastic, dedicated and inspiring wellness leaders.
And we have some of the industries leading companies supporting our vision:
Invest two days with us and you'll learn the most cutting edge and practical tools and techniques to help you powerfully:
You will learn skills, strategies and techniques that will empower you to attract more clients, make more money and have more time. What we want to do is help you to get better outcomes for your clients and better outcomes for you.
We look forward to seeing you and helping you to grow a sustainable and professional wellness business...
For more details:
Global Wellness Leadership Experts
Andy and Marcus have over 30 years combined experience in the Wellness Industry. Both have been successful Wellness Practitioners, Clinic Managers and Online Business Owners. After collectively working with over 10,000 people globally these guys are considered "the" experts on Wellness Leadership and and Integral Education Marketing for the Wellness space.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU LIVE!
at La Maison Française - Embassy of France
4101 Reservoir Road, NW - Washington, DC
SECURITY RULES: Each person attending the event must have a ticket registered in their name and a government-issued ID that matches the name on the reservation in order to enter the Embassy.
No need to print your ticket, but no one will be admitted without reservation and proper ID.
Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time, doors will be closed at 7 p.m. sharp. Please allow extra time for security screening.
Limited street parking available on Reservoir Road. We encourage you to use taxi, ridesharing or public transportation.
The American Revolution: A World War, an exhibition at the National Museum of American History and a companion book of the same name, highlights the degree to which the American Revolution became a global war, in which the Americans relied heavily on support from other nations, most notably France and Spain. The war was fought across five continents and three oceans, with over 200,000 French and Spanish fighting against Britain, almost as many as the Americans. Over 90% of all the arms used by the Americans came from overseas, as well as $30 billion in foreign aid. These international dimensions of the war ultimately determined its outcome and led to the establishment of the United States of America.
In a panel discussion at La Maison Française – Embassy of France on April 11, four scholars who authored essays in the book will discuss how the American alliance with France shaped both the conduct of the war both in North America and around the world, as well as the complex peace negotiations that ultimately ended it.
Speakers at the event will include:
Olivier Chaline, Professor of Early Modern History at Sorbonne Université (Paris) and author of La France et l’indépendance américaine.
David J. Hancock, Professor of History at the University of Michigan and author of a forthcoming biography of William Fitzmaurice, second Earl of Shelburne, principal British negotiator of the Peace of Paris on 1783 between Britain and the United States.
David K. Allison, Senior Scholar at the National Museum of American History as well and curator of The American Revolution: A World War exhibition.
Larrie D. Ferreiro, Professor of History and Engineering at George Mason University in Virginia and author of Brothers at Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain Who Saved It.
The discussion will be introduced by the Ambassador of France to the United States, Gérard Araud and the Director of the National Museum of American History, Anthea M. Hartig, and will be followed by a reception.
This event is organized by the National Museum of American History and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and is made possible thanks to the support of the French-American Cultural Foundation.
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What do men’s wooden legs and women’s dressing tables have in common? Anglo-American residents of early American port cities amassed a variety of fine and decorative arts to assert their polite status. This talk will concentrate on the dressing furniture women used to prepare themselves for public scrutiny, the portraits artists painted of young women in courtship, and the wooden legs that men donned after the American Revolution. Together they reveal how material artifacts were vital for colonists’ transformation of themselves into polite people and for the creation of civil society in early America.
Speaker: Jennifer Van Horn, author of The Power of Objects in Eighteenth-Century British America and Assistant Professor of History and Art History at the University of Delaware
Take a quick break in the middle of the week to join Author and Historian Frantz Derenoncourt, Jr. for a drink and a game of Haitian History Trivia. Test your knowledge or just come to learn something new about The First Independent Black Nation in history...Haiti. Win prizes of all kinds including a book out of Frantz's celebrated Haitian Heroes series...Haiti: The First Black Republic, Makandal: The Black Messiah, and Boukman: Black Revolution.
Also, take advantage of Gisele's extended Happy Hour Drink Specials (Haitian rum and beer) and Kreyol Bar and Dinner Menu.
Will be Educational and Fun at the same time.
The special co hosts will be Nadine Duplessy Kearns of the Haitian Ladies Network celebrating Women's History Month!!
See you there!
*** This is a free rally but please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount. ***
Please join M4TR and members of the Northern Virginia Climate Coalition for the 3rd Annual Mother's Day Climate Rally to advocate for a Green New Deal. "Revolution rock" band M4TR is happy to support this important event for the second year by providing live music entertainment. We'll be playing original music and covers to help motivate people to action.
Don't know our music? Check out our two-hour setlist of originals and covers on Spotify.
The Green New Deal is an ambitious comprehensive climate proposal circulating through the halls of the U.S. Congress to transform the American economy in order to embrace renewable energy technologies, provide next generation green jobs and empower frontline communities impacted by climate change.
The Green New Deal is being spearheaded by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Edward Markey and has been endorsed by dozens of Congresspersons and Senators including 2020 presidential candidates Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Bernie Sanders. Youth-led climate activist group, Sunrise Movement, is planning a series of events in the presidential election cycle to make climate action and justice a key issue in the 2020 election.
At the Virginia state level, the Green New Deal VA coalition mirrors the national effort. Dels. SamDels. Sam Rasoul and Elizabeth Guzman have partnered with the Sunrise Movement, NAACP-VSC, Sierra Club-VC, Virginia Organizing, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Food & Water Watch, Climate Reality Project NoVa, Our Revolution, 350 Loudon, 350 Fairfax, Sunrise Movement and a host of intersectional organizations to introduce Green New Deal Virginia - a series of proposals to transform Virginia's economy.
*** This is a free rally but please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount. ***
The Georgetown University Latin American Film Festival organized by the SFS LatAm Council with support from the Center for Latin American Studies invites Georgetown University students, faculty, staff, alumni, policymakers, and the greater Washington academic community to explore and discuss Latin America through film. We invite all attendees to join us for an opening reception at 6:00pm on Thursday, April 4th.
The Screening Schedule is as follows:
Thursday, April 4th: Viva el Vedado in ICC Auditorium
“Viva El Vedado” presents the history of the Havana neighborhood of El Vedado from the last quarter of the 19th century through the Cuban Revolution and highlights its varied and outstanding architecture. Known as a cultural center of Havana, Vedado is particularly notable for its unique collection of Cuban architecture of the 20th century. “Viva El Vedado” was made over two-and-a-half years by cinematographer and director Stanley Staniski and producer Mary Wilkie Ebrahimi who lived in El Vedado before the Revolution. The documentary features interviews with architectural historian Eduardo Luis Rodríguez and urban planner Secundino Fernández as well as with Gustavo López González, assistant director of the National Museum of Decorative Arts, located in El Vedado. The film’s goal is to introduce its audiences to the neighborhood’s remarkable architecture, its vibrant life, and the need for preserving Vedado as part of Havana’s heritage. It is a glimpse beyond tourist fantasies and stereotypes, a rare viewof one of Havana’s most important neighborhoods.
Friday, April 5th: Las Sandinistas in ICC Auditorium
¡Las Sandinistas! uncovers the untold stories of women who shattered barriers to lead combat and social reform during Nicaragua’s 1979 Sandinista Revolution, and the ensuing US-backed Contra War, as these same women continue as leaders in the struggle against their current government's suppression of democracy and women's rights.
The film is centered around the personal stories of Dora Maria Téllez, the young medical student who became a major Sandinista General, and four of her revolutionary allies - Nicaraguan women who overcame traditional gender barriers and subverted stereotypes to lead rebel troops in battle and reshape their country with landmark social reform. ¡Las Sandinistas! exposes a watershed moment in history when thousands of women transformed society’s definition of womanhood and leadership before facing renewed marginalization by their male peers after the wars ended. Now, 35 years later, amidst staggering levels of gender violence in Nicaragua, these same women brave the streets once again to lead popular movements for equality and democracy.
Saturday, April 6th: American, Too and The Unafraid in Healy Family Student Center
'American, Too' is a short documentary film, told through the lens of a first generation Honduran-American filmmaker and master's student at Georgetown University. The film explores the identity of young people from the Central American diaspora. In the context of a negative rhetoric from the U.S government along with changing policies that affect hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Central America.
'The Unafraid' is a feature length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia, a state that has banned them from attending their top state universities and disqualifies them from receiving in-state tuition at any other public college. Shot in an observational style over a period of four years, this film takes an intimate look at the lives of Alejandro, Silvia and Aldo as they navigate activism, pursuing their right to education, and fighting for the rights of their families and communities.The Unafraid shows us what it means to grow up both American and undocumented in the United States.
Parking: Limited zoned street parking and metered parking available. See the link for more parking options: https://transportation.georgetown.edu/Driving-and-Parking/#VisitorParking
Entrance or admission is first come first serve, RSVP does not guarantee entrance.
Tickets are $6 in advance (pick your seats). Remaining tickets are free at the door, beginning at 6:30 pm on the day of the performance .
One of India’s most tireless advocates for achieving social change through the arts brings her latest creation to the Freer. In Colors of the Heart: Women’s Voices Silent No More, Mallika Sarabhai and the Darpana Performing Group utilize classical bharata natyam and modern dance, along with original music and lyrics, to explore women’s universal experiences. The piece investigates the violence and exploitation against women and the sisterhoods that empower women around the world.
For this production, Sarabhai joins forces with British Pakistani composer and lyricist Samia Malik. The Telegraph of India calls the performance “a unique blend of voices that speaks of all women, to all women,” while the Deccan Chronicle considers it “another show-stopper from Mallika.”
A multitalented artist and social force, Sarabhai is well known in India for her pioneering work on human rights and environmental awareness. She pursues these causes through dance productions, plays, writings, political activity, and hosting two long-running television programs. Her previous theatrical works include Shakti: The Power of Women, An Idea Named Meera, In Search of the Goddess, SvaKranti: The Revolution Within, and Sita’s Daughters.
Films at Founders returns!
Please join us for the fourth screening in our “Films at Founders” series: free screenings of award-winning documentaries spotlighting the issues important to global citizens. Screenings are held in our SIS Abramson Family Founders Room. Join us and enjoy popcorn, soda, and some of the most significant recent documentaries available. Next up is Happening, which explores clean energy solutions.
“Can we make enough renewable energy to supply the world and replace fossil fuels? How will we do that, and will we do that?” asks filmmaker Jamie Redford.
In HAPPENING: A Clean Energy Revolution, Redford embarks on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier across the US. Reaching well beyond a great story of technology and innovation, “Happening” explores issues of human resilience, social justice, embracing the future, and finding hope for our survival.
Join us at our March State of Innovation meetup on the 20th at WeWork Labs, 80 M St SE. We're inviting all our Tech Madness finalists and the innovation community in for a conversation with local sports tech startups. They will dive into topics such as using eye-tracking software, novel sports apparel design, investor insight in the sports tech realm, and more to find out what innovations are ahead in the sports industry as well as chat about the DC ecosystem. Plus, we'll announce which startups will be on the Sweet 16 bracket for our 2019 Tech Madness competition.
Tech Madness is our annual bracket-style competition created to bring awareness and excitement to the DC ecosystem. The winners are determined by readers who answer the simple question: “Who would you invest in?” This can be for anything from potential ROI to a concept you love, or a company you’d just like to see succeed. We seed public and private tech companies and put them head-to-head in two brackets, with our readers determining who will move on to the next round.
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In Force and Freedom, Howard Alumna Kellie Carter Jackson provides the first historical analysis exclusively focused on the tactical use of violence among antebellum black activists. Through rousing public speeches, the burgeoning black press, and the formation of militia groups, black abolitionist leaders mobilized their communities, compelled national action, and drew international attention. Drawing on the precedent and pathos of the American and Haitian Revolutions, African American abolitionists used violence as a political language and a means of provoking social change. Through tactical violence, argues Carter Jackson, black abolitionist leaders accomplished what white nonviolent abolitionists could not: creating the conditions that necessitated the Civil War. Force and Freedom takes readers beyond the honorable politics of moral suasion and the romanticism of the Underground Railroad and into an exploration of the agonizing decisions, strategies, and actions of the black abolitionists who, though lacking an official political voice, were nevertheless responsible for instigating monumental social and political change.
Force and Freedom: Black Abolitionists and the Politics of Violence examines one of the perennial questions in political thought: Is violence a valid means of producing social change? Kellie Carter Jackson addresses how black abolitionists answered this question. Black resistance, and in particular, violent resistance to slavery was central to emancipation. The phrase “freedom now” was never more urgent than in the decades leading up to the Civil War. Force and Freedom has received advance praise from scholars such as Eric Foner, Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Manisha Sinha, and Ed Baptist. Join us for a talk and book signing with the author.
Follow Kellie Carter Jackson on Twitter @Kcarterjackson
In Force and Freedom, Kellie Carter Jackson provides the first historical analysis exclusively focused on the tactical use of violence among antebellum black activists. Through rousing public speeches, the bourgeoning black press, and the formation of militia groups, black abolitionist leaders mobilized their communities, compelled national action, and drew international attention. Drawing on the precedent and pathos of the American and Haitian Revolutions, African American abolitionists used violence as a political language and a means of provoking social change. Through tactical violence, argues Carter Jackson, black abolitionist leaders accomplished what white nonviolent abolitionists could not: creating the conditions that necessitated the Civil War. Force and Freedom takes readers beyond the honorable politics of moral suasion and the romanticism of the Underground Railroad and into an exploration of the agonizing decisions, strategies, and actions of the black abolitionists who, though lacking an official political voice, were nevertheless responsible for instigating monumental social and political change.
Force and Freedom: Black Abolitionists and the Politics of Violence examines one of the perennial questions in political thought: Is violence a valid means of producing social change? Kellie Carter Jackson addresses how black abolitionists answered this question. Black resistance, and in particular, violent resistance to slavery was central to emancipation. The phrase “freedom now” was never more urgent than in the decades leading up to the Civil War. Force and Freedom has received advance praise from scholars such as Eric Foner, Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Manisha Sinha, and Ed Baptist. Join us at the Potter's House for a talk and book signing with the aurthor.
Join us at Tysons Comedy Cellar on Thursday, March 28th to see the hilariously refreshing Franqi French headline our professional style showcase. FOR FREE!
Franqi brings a refreshingly honest point of view to the stage. One of the fatest rising stars in the DMV, she has performed at top comedy clubs around the country including DC Improv, The Drafthouse Theaters, Magoobys, The Comedy Store, Carolines on Broadway, Stand Up NY and many others.
Some of the well-known acts she's worked with include: Donnell Rawlings, Alycia Cooper, Adam Ferrara, Todd Glass and one of the original Kings of Comedy; DL Hughley. She's made several guest appearances on The Roland Martin Show on TV One. She headlined Stand Up NY, The Black Women in Comedy Festival, Bad B*tch Revolution Festival and other shows across the country. You can see her regularly on her monthly show: "Broad Way" at the DC Drafthouse (as featured in the Washington Post). Stay tuned for Franqi’s national television debut on WeTV later this month.
Doors open at 7. Show starts at 8, so come relax and wash down some laughs with craft beer, and brats/pretzels.
Tysons Comedy Cellar is located in the basement of Tyson's Biergarten (8346 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA) which is connected to the Greensboro metro. Parking is free outside and in a nearby garage (with validation):
About the Lecture: In this lecture Dr. Vakhshouri will discuss the new trends and development in the energy industry and their impacts on global energy security. The key issues that will be discussed are:
About the Speaker: Dr. Sara Vakhshouri is Founder and President of SVB Energy International, a strategic energy consulting firm with offices in Washington DC and Dubai. Dr. Vakhshouri has two decades of experience of working in the energy industry with an extensive experience in global energy market studies, energy security and geopolitical risk, and has consulted numerous public and private sector energy and policy leaders. Dr. Vakhshouri has been based in Washington DC since 2009 where she has advised US and European governments, investment banks, financial institutions, law firms and international corporations on energy markets, trading and pricing, the geopolitics of energy, and investment patterns. She has published articles in numerous journals including The Economist, Middle East Economic Survey, and Oil and Gas Journal. Dr. Vakhshouri has been keynote speakers at many energy conferences including Chatham House, Platts Oil and Middle East conferences, LNG Global Congress and other international oil, gas and energy conferences. She is frequently quoted and has appeared on Bloomberg, the BBC, The Financial Times, Reuters, Platts, The Financial Post, The Wall Street Journal, Energy Intelligence, and Voice of America. She is the author of The Marketing and Sale of Iranian Export Crude Oil since the Islamic Revolution and has contributed chapters in different books and energy reports including World Energy Outlook 2018, published by the International Energy Agency. She also regularly does briefings for various energy think tanks and agencies including the International Energy Administration (IEA). Dr. Vakhshouri has a PhD in energy security and Middle Eastern studies. She has an MA in business management (international marketing), and another MA in international relations. Dr. Vakhshouri was also Senior Energy Fellow at the Atlantic Council, and at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Dr. Vakhshouri has also experience of working in both public and private sectors of the Iranian energy industry.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LOCATION OF THIS EVENT HAS CHANGED TO MAGUIRE 304 CONFERENCE ROOM IN HEALY HALL ON GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY'S MAIN CAMPUS**
Join the Center for Latin American Studies in a day-long conference featuring various panelists discussing topics regarding the Historical Political Economy of Mexico.
The schedule of panels will be as follows:
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM | Light Breakfast
9:00 AM - 10:45 AM | Colonial Geography and Long-Term Development
Chair: Desha Girod (Government Department, Georgetown University)
"The Historical Legacy of (Pre?)Colonial Indigenous Settlements in Mexico"
Fernando Arteaga (George Mason University)
Discussant: A. Diaz-Cayeros (Stanford University)
"Protection of Peril? Overlapping Jurisdictions and Long-Run Development in Colonial Mexico"
Jenny Guardado (Georgetown University)
Discussant: S. Abramson (University of Rochester)
11:00 AM - 12:45 PM | Dealing with the State: Resistance, Accommodation, and Assimilation
Chair: Matthew Carnes (Government Department & SFS, Georgetown University)
"Riot, Rebellion, and Lawsuits: Strategies of Indigenous Resistance and Accommodation to Colonial Rule"
Edgar Franco Vivanco (Stanford University)
Discussant: J. Baskes (Ohio Wesleyan University)
"Trusting the State and Becoming Citizens: School Enrollment and Land Reform in Southern Mexico"
Manuel Cabal (University of Chicago)
Discussant: J. Tutino (Georgetown University)
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM | LUNCH
1:45 PM - 3:15 PM | Land, Immigration, and Reform
Chair: Katharine Donato (Institute for the Study of Migration, Georgetown University)
"Emigration and Reform: Population Pressure, Government Response, and Agrarian Change in Jalisco"
Emily Sellars (Yale University)
Discussant: A. Diaz-Cayeros (Stanford University)
"The Long-Run Economic Spillovers of Land Inequality"
Luz Marina Arias (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas)
Discussant: J. Tutino (Georgetown University)
3:30 PM - 5:15 PM | Conflict and State Capacity
Chair: Laia Balcells (Government Department, Georgetown University)
"Legacies of Revolution: Popular Militias and the Rule of Law"
Mariano Sanchez-Talanquer (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas)
Discussant: N. Maurer (George Washington University)
"When State Building Backfires: Elite Divisions and Collective Action in Rebellion"
Francisco Garfias (University of California, San Diego)
Discussant: J. Baskes (Ohio Wesleyan University)
Join the magic of the 2019 Wonder Women Tech Global Summit in Washington, D.C. as we kick off another year highlighting, celebrating, and educating women and the underrepresented in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) industries.
Wonder Women Tech is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to educate and celebrate the importance of women and underrepresented groups around the world.
This year’s theme is #WeAreFuture.
Wonder Women Tech is here for the future, helping shape the next generation of leaders, changemakers, innovators, and visionaries to ensure a better future for all.
Our Washington, D.C. Global Summit will take place on May 1st, 2019 at La Maison Française, Embassy of France. This ultimate two day event, will feature dynamic speakers, global thought leaders, CEO’s, C-Suites, CDO’s, panelists and today’s leading Innovators. Seating is limited at this premier event, so be sure to come early to grab a good seat.
4:30 pm - 8 pm
We are getting you “Fitted for the Future” and providing mentorship to prepare you for an epic adventure at the Summit. This profound event will highlight the opportunity to pick out chic work wear apparel from Modcloth, a Mentor Magic Panel discussion by individuals who are paving the way in STEAM industries, and a networking mixer to kick off the Global Summit!
Enjoy drinks and appetizers as you mix and mingle and create long lasting networking relationships! Seating will be limited, so register for your ticket today!
Embassy of Italy Atrium:
4:30 pm -- 6:00 pm -- "Fitted for the Future" Work Wear Selection
Score a free outfit from Modcloth to get you ready for success at the Wonder Women Tech Global Summit! Outfit selection is first come, first served with sizes ranging from XS - 4X!
Embassy of Italy Auditorium:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm -- #WeAreFuture Mentor Magic Panel Discussion
This speaker and panel series will feature women who are paving the way in STEAM industries.
Embassy of Italy Atrium:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm -- Networking Mixer
Enjoy drinks and appetizers as you mix and mingle and create networking magic!
9 am - 6 pm
Global thought leaders, industry professionals, visionaries, and amazing women and men will converge at the Embassy of France to enjoy a full day of special programming, mentor magic, a career fair and expo, and more!
-Main stage with 40 speakers
-Hiring Humans Career Fair and Expo
-Mentor Magic Sessions
-Resume Review Lounge
- And more!
Special FREE ticketed programming includes:
“Fitted for the Future” Event
Hiring Humans Career Fair and Expo
Mentor Magic Sessions
Resume Review Lounge
Sample Global Summit Agenda:
9:00 AM - 10 AM -- Registration and Networking
10:00 AM -- Opening Remarks
10 AM - 11 AM -- Solo Talks
11 AM -- Keynote Speaker
11:30 AM - 12PM -- Panel: The Future Of Workplace Culture: Why Cultivating Belonging Matters.
12 PM -- Mindful Moment
12:05 - 12:30 PM -- Solo Talks
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM -- LUNCH BREAK (CHECK OUT THE HIRING HUMANS CAREER FAIR AND EXPO!)
1:30 PM -- Lunch Keynote Speaker
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM -- Panel: The Global Landscape: What Innovators Around The World Are Building
2:30 PM - 2:50 PM- Solo Talk
2:50 PM - 3:10 PM -- Interactive Activity
3:10 PM - 3:40 PM -- Panel: Beyond The Millennium: How Far Will Technology and Innovation Go?
3:40 PM - 4:05 PM -- Solo Talks
4:05 PM -- Mindful Moment
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM -- Panel: An Honest Look At The Fintech Revolution: The Future of Currency
4:45 PM -- Solo Talk
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM -- Panel: The Future Is Female: Women Who Are Creating A Legacy In STEAM
5:30 PM -- Closing Remarks
5:30 PM -- Networking Mixer
Free Hiring Humans Career Fair And Expo Agenda:
11 AM- 4 PM- Hiring Humans and Career Fair Expo Hours
11 AM-3:30 PM- Mentor Magic Sessions Hours
11 AM-3:00 PM- Resume Review Lounge Hours
Full Conference Details and Agenda will be updated regularly and found on: https://wonderwomentech.com/conferences/washington-dc-2019/
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The DC Poet Project is a poetry reading series with connected open mic competition created by the non-profit Day Eight through funding from the DC Arts Commission and in partnership with the DC Public Library, Upshur Street Books, Brink Media, and Anacostia Coordinating Council.
* * UPCOMING SPRING 2019 EVENTS SUMMARY * *
B. Free poetry workshop for adults and youth (min age 15) Saturday March 16 11:00am - 1:00 pm with Regie Cabico at Check It Enterprises 11:00-1:00, light lunch provided, no experience necessary. Address: 1920 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
C. Saturday March 16 at We Act Radio, 1:00–3:0 pm featuring poets E. Ethelbert Miller and Naomi Ayala. This is a special event celebrating Malcolm X, "By Any Means Necessary." Addresss: 1918 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
D. Saturday March 30 at Martha's Table, 1:00-3:00 pm featuring poets Venus Thrash, Shaquetta Nelson, and Susan Meehan. Address: 2375 Elvans Rd. SE
E. Saturday April 6 at DC Public Library Anacostia Branch, 1:00-3:00 pm featuring poets Jeffrey Banks and Monica Leak. Address: 1800 Good Hope Rd. SE
F. Culminating event: Saturday May 11, 1:00-3:00 pm at the Anacostia Library. Come vote to select the winner of the 2019 DC Poet Project! Address: 1800 Good Hope Rd. SE
* * COMPLETED/PAST SPRING 2019 EVENTS SUMMARY * *
A. Saturday March 9 at the R.I.S.E. Center, 1:00–3:00 pm featuring poets C. Thomas and Regie Cabico. This is a special event celebrating the memory of DC Poet Essex Hemphill. Address: 2730 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
with guest Honorary Poets: Councilmember Trayon White, Philip Pannell, Marvin Bowser, Ron Moten
*** UPCOMING SPRING 2019 EVENT DETAILS, INCLUDING POET BIOS ***
Event B Details: Poetry Workshop with Regie Cabico
Date: Saturday March 16
Time: 11:00 am– 1:00 pm
Location: Check It Enterprises 1920 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Description: This poetry workshop will focus on the power of autobiography. While open to individuals of all ages, it is designed for adults, and seniors. In her poem, “Power”, Audre Lorde wrote,
"I am lost without imagery or magic
trying to make power
out of hatred and destruction."
In this workshop we will share personal stories, and create a timeline of our “up against the wall” moments, and victories. We will find imagery, using the things that bring us joy. All levels are welcome and this workshop is a safe and nurturing environment equally for the novice writer and the advanced poet. To ensure time for interaction and feedback, a total of 12 will be allowed in this free workshop.
ABOUT POET REGIE CABICO
Regie Cabico is a spoken word pioneer, having won The Nuyorican Poets Cafe Grand Slam and later taking top prizes in three National Poetry Slams. Television credits include 2 seasons of HBO's Def Poetry Jam, NPR's Snap Judgement & MTV's Free Your Mind. His work appears in over 30 anthologies including Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café, Spoken Word Revolution & The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry. The Kenyon Review called Regie Cabico the "Lady Gaga of Poetry" and he has been listed in BUST magazine's 100 Men We Love.
Event C: Poetry Reading and Open Mic Competition featuring poets E. Ethelbert Miller and Naomi Ayala, celebrating the memory of Malcolm X - "By Any Means Necessary" in partnership with We Act Radio.
Date: Saturday March 16
Time: 1:00 pm– 3:00 pm
Location: We Act Radio, 1918 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE Washington, DC 20020
Are you a poet? Come read at the open mic Saturday March 16th for a chance at a hundred dollar cash prize, and selection as a finalist in the DC Poet Project.
Listen to poets E. Ethelbert Miller and Naomi Ayala read their work, and stay to read your own poetry, or listen to other local poets read theirs. At the end, Mr. Miller and Ms. Ayala will select one open mic reader “the winner”, and award a one hundred dollar cash prize! The winner will be invited to compete in the final event, May 11th, for a chance to win a book contract with cash prize. This is a special event celebrating the ideas of Malcolm X.
ABOUT POETS E. ETHELBERT MILLER and NAOMI AYALA
E. Ethelbert Miller is a writer and literary activist. He is the author of several collections of poetry and two memoirs. For fourteen years he has been the editor of Poet Lore, the oldest poetry magazine published in the United States. In 1996, Emory and Henry College awarded Miller an honorary degree of Doctor of Literature. Miller is regularly heard on National Public Radio, and is host of the weekly morning radio show On the Margin which airs on WPFW-FM 89.3. Miller is also host and producer of The Scholars on UDC-TV. The Collected Poems of E. Ethelbert Miller, published in 2016 by Willow Books, is a comprehensive collection that represents over 40 years of his career as a poet. His most recent book is If God Invented Baseball, published by City Point Press.
Born in Puerto Rico, Naomi Ayala moved to the United States in her teens, eventually earning an MFA from the Bennington College Writing Seminars. Writing in both Spanish and English, she is author of the poetry collections Wild Animals on the Moon (1997), and This Side of Early (2008). An educator and arts administrator, Ayala has received numerous awards, including the 2001 Larry Neal Writers Award from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Event D: Poetry Reading and Open Mic Competition featuring poets Venus Thrash, Shaquetta Nelson, and Susan Meehan, in partnership with Martha's Table
Date: Saturday March 30
Time: 1:00 pm– 3:00 pm
Saturday March 30 at Martha's Table, 1:00-3:00 pm featuring poets Venus Thrash and Susan Meehan.
Location: Martha's Table, 2375 Elvans Rd. SE Washington, DC 20020
Are you a poet? Come read at the open mic Saturday March 30th for a chance at a hundred dollar cash prize, and selection as a finalist in the DC Poet Project.
Listen to poets Venus Thrash, Shaquetta Nelson, and Susan Meehan read their work, and stay to read your own poetry, or listen to other local poets read theirs. At the end, the featuring poets will select one open mic reader “the winner”, and awarded a one hundred dollar cash prize! The winner will be invited to compete in the final event, May 11th, for a chance to win a book contract with cash prize.
ABOUT POETS VENUS THRASH, SHAQUETTA NELSON, and SUSAN MEEHAN
Venus Thrash is author of The Fateful Apple, nominated for the 2015 PEN Open Book Award. Her poetry is published in Beloit Poetry Journal, Torch, Gargoyle, and additional magazines and book anthologies. In 2017, she was named co-editor of Beltway Poetry Quarterly, is co-director of the Joaquin Miller Poetry Series, and teaches at Trinity Washington University.
Shaquetta Nelson, known by her stage name R.E.I.L (real), was a finalist in the 2018 DC Poet project. At 16 she was one quarter of a slam team that competed in the Brave New Voices Youth Poetry Slam. She seeks inspiration from past and present life experiences to help the lives of other unsung souls.
Susan Meehan was winner of the 2017 DC Poet Project. Through her win the non-profit Day Eight published her book Talking to the Night. Subsequently she is author of, The Color of Truth (2018), and Goddesses Incognito (2019.) A retired civil servant, Susan worked as Mayor Marion Barry’s constituent service director for Ward Two, and subsequently as D.C.’s first Patient Advocate, providing services to the city’s drug and alcohol addicts.
Event E: Poetry Reading and Open Mic Competition featuring poets Jeffrey Banks, Monica Leak, and John Johnson
Date: Saturday April 6
Time: 1:00 pm– 3:00 pm
Location: Anacostia Branch DC Public Library 1800 Good Hope Rd. SE
Are you a poet? Come read at the open mic Saturday April 6th for a chance at a hundred dollar cash prize, and selection as a finalist in the DC Poet Project.
Listen to poets Jefrey Banks, Monica Leak, and John Johnson read their work, and stay to read your own poetry, or listen to other local poets read theirs. At the end, the featuring poets will select one open mic reader “the winner”, and awarded a one hundred dollar cash prize! The winner will be invited to compete in the final event, May 11th, for a chance to win a book contract with cash prize.
ABOUT POETS JOHN JOHNSON, JEFFREY BANKS, and MONICA LEAK
John Johnson was the winner of the 2018 DC Poet Project. Through his win, the non-profit Day Eight published Johnson’s book, Love for Her. Maryland poet laureate Grace Cavalieri called Love for Her, “A real find” and E. Ethelbert Miller wrote, “The poems are filled with wit, and wisdom.” A native Washingtonian and father of two, Johnson graduated from the University of the District of Columbia, and as a poet, playwright, actor, and producer, is dedicated to capturing the narratives of African Americans in Washington DC.
Jeffrey Banks, poetically known as “Big Homey,” has worked with artists including the late Fred “Rerun” Berry, gospel singer Maurette Brown Clark, Syleena Johnson, Dr. Bobby Jones & others, and has been featured in media including Essence Magazine, and Black Enterprise Magazine. His album, Exposed-The EP, is the poetic testimonial of a Christian Believer. A licensed minister and substitute teacher, he provides consultant service to non-profits for events and development. He was a finalist in the 2018 DC Poet Project.
Monica Leak, a graduate of Appalachian State University with a BS in Communication Disorders, South Carolina State University with a MA in Speech-Language Pathology, and North Carolina Central University with a MA of Library Science, was a finalist in the 2018 DC Poet Project. She is the editor and a contributing writer to Faith of our Founders, and has contributed writings for Lenten devotionals including “Surviving a Season of Suffering” and “A Devotional for Dismantling White Supremacy.” She works as a speech-language pathologist in southern Maryland, and as a seminary librarian in northern Virginia.
*** PAST/COMPLETED SPRING 2019 EVENT DETAILS, INCLUDING POET BIOS ***
Event A Details: Poetry Reading and Open Mic Competition with Regie Cabico and C. Thomas, "Celebrating Essex Hemphill", in partnership with the Anacostia Coordinating Council.
A. Saturday March 9 at the R.I.S.E. Center, 1:00–3:00 pm featuring poets C. Thomas and Regie Cabico. This is a special event celebrating the memory of DC Poet Essex Hemphill. Address:
Date and Time: Saturday March 9, 1:00–3:00 pm
Location: the R.I.S.E. Center, 12730 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Are you a poet? Come read at the open mic Saturday March 9th for a chance at a hundred dollar cash prize, and selection as a finalist in the DC Poet Project! Poets Regie Cabico and C. Thomas feature, along with special guest poets celbrating the memory of DC poet Essex Hemphill.
At the end of the event, the featuring poets will select one open mic reader “the winner”, and award a one hundred dollar cash prize! The winner will be invited to compete in the culminating “DC Poet Project” event, May 11th, for a book contract including cash prize.
ABOUT POETS REGIE CABICO AND C. THOMAS
Regie Cabico won The Nuyorican Poets Cafe Grand Slam and took top prizes in three National Poetry Slams. His television credits include two seasons of HBO's Def Poetry Jam, NPR's Snap Judgement & MTV's Free Your Mind, and his work appears in over 30 anthologies including Aloud: Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Café, Spoken Word Revolution & The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.
C. Thomas has blasted his story at Studio 2001 Art Gallery, Busboys and Poets, Angelina College, Howard University, Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Journey of Faith United Methodist Church, and was named a Pioneer of Poetry in 2015 in the National Underground Spoken Word Poetry Awards.
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