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GW Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week 2017

Please come out to GW Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week 2017 events this week to help support those struggling with these issues in our community and discuss these topics with engaging speakers. When attending an event, the recommended donation is a canned good or packaged donation. Below is the schedule for the week!

Monday, November 13, 7pm-8pm

Changing the Rhetoric Panel

Marvin Center 3rd Floor Amphitheatre

Join Speakers from GW Police, the Foggy Bottom Community, and Street Sense Media as they discuss Homelessness on Campus and in our Community.


Tuesday, November 14, 8:00pm-9:30pm

Roosevelt at GW Presents A Panel to Discuss Homelessness in DC

GW School of Media and Public Affairs Room 309

Join A Conversation with Elissa Silverman, DC Councilmember, James Davis, Vendor and Policy Advocate, Street Sense Media, Eve Zhurbinskiy, GW Student and Commissioner of ANC2, and Morgan Kane, Commander of the First District, MPD.


Wednesday, November 15, 7pm-8pm

Street Sense Theatre Workshop Presents Timone of DC.

814 20th Street, NW Room 202

Join the directors, writers, and performers of Street Sense as they transform Shakespeare’s play, Timon of Athens, into a contemporary exploration of the impulses behind giving and receiving.

Sponsors: GW Faculty Senate Committee on University & Urban Affairs, GW Department of Theatre & Dance, GW Trachtenberg school of Public Policy & Public Administration


Wednesday, November 15, 7pm-8pm

Hunger Banquet

Marvin Center 307

Sponsors: GW Student Association & GW International Student Community


Thursday, November 16, 7pm

Find Your Expression Open Mic Night

Marvin Center 3rd Floor Continental Ballroom

View performances by Street Sense Media.


Suggested Donation: One Canned/Packaged Donation at the Door

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