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Urban Fare 2013

Male Development Association & Girl Talk

Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

Urban Fare 2013

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The Male Development Association and Girl Talk were established as collaborative

mentorship programs that sought to connect students from Georgetown University

and the neighboring Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Through our weekly

meetings we are able to structure and engage in formative dialogues that address:

health & well-being, relationships, and college preparation.

 

Our 2012-2013 year will culminate on the evening of Saturday April 27, 2013 with

an artistic showcase to be held at McNeir Auditorium, located on the campus

of Georgetown University. Through this Urban Fare we envision becoming one step

closer to bridging the salient gap between Georgetown and the rest of the city.

As it stands, the majority of Georgetown students do not venture into the city

and likewise many Washingtonians are unfamiliar with the University grounds.

 

The Duke Ellington School of the Arts is a great example of the diversity that

Washington DC has to offer as it is comprised of students that represent all 8 wards

of the city. We are hoping that through the utilization of artistic mediums we will

attract people from various backgrounds to come together and appreciate the

vitality that local youth possess and also to challenge the misconceptions that are

often associated with the greater Washington DC area.

Have questions about Urban Fare 2013? Contact Male Development Association & Girl Talk

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McNeir Auditorium
3700 O St. NW
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057

Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)


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Male Development Association & Girl Talk

The Male Development Association and Girl Talk were established as collaborative

mentorship programs that sought to connect students from Georgetown University

and the neighboring Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Through our weekly

meetings we are able to structure and engage in formative dialogues that address:

health & well-being, relationships, and college preparation

  Contact the Organizer

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