Daybook-Sunday-General

Associated Press Daybook-Sunday-General for Sunday, Sep. 09.

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Sunday, Sep. 09 – Tuesday, Sep. 11 4:15 AM The 9/11 Promise Run – The 9/11 Promise Run, with long-distance runners beginning a 245-mile journey from the Pentagon to the 9/11 Memorial in New York, to honor those lost in the 9/11 terror attacks, first responders, military personnel, and the children and families of those directly impacted

Weblinks: http://www.911promiserun.com, https://twitter.com/911PromiseRun

Contacts: Jennifer DePoto, 9/11 Promise Run , jennifer.depoto@gmail.com

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Sunday, Sep. 09 11:00 AM Catholics against sex abuse and cover up protest – The campaign, “Time’s Up: Catholics Demand Truth,” is sponsored by nine Catholic reform organizations and calls for: survivor justice and civil recourse; church transparency and accountability; dismantling patriarchy in all its forms; and dismantling clericalism in all its forms. Held in eight cities over the weekend. http://catholictoo.org/join-a-prayer-service-demonstration-in-your-area/ Contacts: Marianne Duddy-Burke, Executive Director, DignityUSA 617-669-7810 (mobile) execdir@dignityusa.org; Zach Johnson, Executive Director, Call to Action 773-988-2352, zach@cta-usa.org; Kate McElwee, Executive Director, Women’s Ordination Conference, 607-725-1364 (USA), +39 393 692 2100 (Italy) kmcelwee@womensordination.org; Deborah Rose-Milavec, Executive Director, FutureChurch , (c) 513-673-1401, (o)216-228-0869 debrose@futurechurch.org

Location: Apostolic Nunciature, 3339 Massachusetts Avenue NW

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Sunday, Sep. 09 12:00 PM Adams Morgan Day 2018 – 40th anniversary Adams Morgan Day 2018, annual event showcasing the culture, creativity, diversity, restaurants and shops in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, DC, with free entry, live music with headliner Trouble Funk, local artists selling their works, food and drink specials, interactive historical exhibitions and a youth and family fun zone

Location: 18th Street Northwest & Columbia Road Northwest, 18th St NW & Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009

Weblinks: http://www.admoday.com, https://twitter.com/adamsmorganday, #AdMoDay18

Contacts: Carol Miller, Adams Morgan Day Planning Committee, carolmiller100@gmail.com, 1 202 306 0130

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Sunday, Sep. 09 – Monday, Dec. 31 Exhibition featuring Corot’s depictions of women opens at the National Gallery of Art – ‘Corot Women’ exhibition opens, featuring over 40 artworks by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot depicting women

Location: National Gallery of Art, 6th & Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.nga.gov/, https://twitter.com/ngadc

Contacts: National Gallery of Art, pressinfo@nga.gov, 1 202 842 6353

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Monday, Sep. 10 9:00 AM NAS president speaks on evidence-based decision making – Resources for the Future Policy Leadership Forum, with National Academy of Sciences President Dr Marcia McNutt speaking on evidence-based decision making

Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.rff.org, https://twitter.com/RFF_org, #askRFF

Contacts: RFF, 1 202 328 5000

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Monday, Sep. 10 9:00 AM CSIS discussion on the space force – ‘Securing Space: A Discussion on the U.S. Space Force’ Center for Strategic and International Studies discussion on what the Space Force means for the Department of Defense and the future of national security space. Speakers include former NASA Securing Space: A Discussion on the U.S. Space Force Sean O’Keefe, former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Letitia Long, former Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, and former U.S. Strategic Command Commander Gen. (Ret) Robert Kehler

Location: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1616 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.csis.org, https://twitter.com/CSIS

Contacts: H. Andrew Schwartz, CSIS media, aschwartz@csis.org, 1 202 775 3242, https://twitter.com/handrewschwartz

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Monday, Sep. 10 11:00 AM Brookings discussion on ‘black women’s electoral strength in an era of fractured politics’ – ‘Claiming seats at the table: Black women’s electoral strength in an era of fractured politics’ Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program, in partnership with Higher Heights Leadership Fund, discussion, exploring the ‘tapped and untapped electoral strength of black women’. Speakers include David M. Rubenstein fellow Andre Perry, who presents analysis on current seats held by black officials and the strength of the black electorate to make their voices heard

Location: The Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.brookings.edu, https://twitter.com/BrookingsInst, #BlackWomenLead

Contacts: Brookings Institution communications, events@brookings.edu, 1 202 797 6105

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Monday, Sep. 10 12:00 PM Deputy Interior Secretary Bernhardt discusses the Endangered Species Act at Heritage Foundation – ‘Improving the Implementation of the Endangered Species Act’ Heritage Foundation discussion, on the Department of the Interior’s proposed changes to the ESA, ‘why they are necessary’, and ‘how these changes will improve species conservation, transparency, and simplify complex regulatory processes’. Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt delivers presentation on the proposals and ‘explains why better implementation of the ESA will produce the best conservation results while reducing the regulatory burden on the American people’

Location: Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.heritage.org, https://twitter.com/Heritage

Contacts: Heritage Foundation media, HeritagePress@heritage.org, 1 202 675 1761

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Monday, Sep. 10 12:30 PM GW Sigur Center public lecture on ‘The Great Australian China Debate’ – Australian National University National Security College Head Rory Medcalf delivers public lecture at George Washington University Sigur Center for Asian Studies on ‘The Great Australian China Debate: Issues and Implications for the United States and the World’

Location: George Washington University Elliott School, 1957 E Street Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://sigur.elliott.gwu.edu, https://twitter.com/gwusigurcenter

Contacts: Sigur Center for Asian Studies, 1 202 994 5886

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Monday, Sep. 10 12:30 PM Rockefeller Foundation president speaks at SAIS on ‘Affordable and Clean Energy for All’ – ‘Affordable and Clean Energy for All’ SAIS Dean’s Forum, with Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah in conversation with SAIS Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy Founding Director Johannes Urpelainen

Location: SAIS, 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.sais-jhu.edu, https://twitter.com/SAISHopkins

Contacts: SAIS events, saisevents@jhu.edu, 1 202 999 3332

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Monday, Sep. 10 1:00 PM CDT press briefing on ‘Election Security and the Midterms’ – Center for Democracy & Technology press briefing on ‘Election Security and the Midterms’, with CDT’s Joseph Lorenzo Hall and Maurice Turner discussing the technical aspects of the election process, identifying election cybersecurity best practices and infrastructure controls, outlining CDT’s present and future work on potential remedies for system weaknesses, and detailing new resources CDT is creating to assist election officials and reporters

Weblinks: http://www.cdt.org/, https://twitter.com/CenDemTech

Contacts: CDT, press@cdt.org, 1 202 637 9800

Dial-in information will be provided to registrants closer to the date, and the presentation will be available following the briefing

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Monday, Sep. 10 2:00 PM Wilson Center discussion on ‘Japan’s Leadership Role in the International Order’ – ‘Japan’s Leadership Role in the International Order: Global Expectations, Domestic Challenges’ Wilson Center Asia Program discussion, held jointly with the Social Science Research Council New Voice from Japan initiative, on how Japan is navigating changes in global trade rules, its evolving economic relations with the U.S., and domestic expectations for Japan on the international stage. Speakers include Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Associate Professor Takamasa Sekine; University of Tokyo, Hosei University, and Showa Women’s University Adjunct Lecturer Akai Ohi, and Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA Economy, Trade, and Business Fellow Tobias Harris

Location: Wilson Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.wilsoncenter.org/, https://twitter.com/TheWilsonCenter

Contacts: Woodrow Wilson Center Asia Program, asia@wilsoncenter.org, 1 202 691 4000

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Monday, Sep. 10 2:00 PM ‘Ensuring Child Safety at School Through Safe Student Scholarships’ Heritage Foundation discussion – ‘Ensuring Child Safety at School Through Safe Student Scholarships’ Heritage Foundation discussion, on steps for ensuring every child has access to a safe and effective school. Speakers include Institute for Constitutional Government Vice President John Malcolm, Heritage Foundation Center for Education Policy Senior Policy Analyst Jonathan Butcher, Heartland Institute Government Relations Policy Analyst Tim Benson, and Cato Institute Center for Educational Freedom Policy Analyst Corey DeAngelis

Location: Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.heritage.org, https://twitter.com/Heritage

Contacts: Heritage Foundation media, HeritagePress@heritage.org, 1 202 675 1761

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Monday, Sep. 10 3:00 PM ‘Countering Disinformation: Interdisciplinary Lessons for Policymakers’ CSIS discussion – ‘Countering Disinformation: Interdisciplinary Lessons for Policymakers’ Center for Strategic and International Studies discussion, with European Values Think Tank (Prague) Director Jakub Janda, Botswatch Founder and CEO Tabea Wilke, The University of Texas at Austin Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs Assistant Professor Joshua Eisenman, and West Virginia University Human Computer Interaction Laboratory Director and Assistant Professor Saiph Savage

Location: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1616 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.csis.org, https://twitter.com/CSIS

Contacts: H. Andrew Schwartz, CSIS media, aschwartz@csis.org, 1 202 775 3242, https://twitter.com/handrewschwartz

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Monday, Sep. 10 3:00 PM Wilson Center discussion on the potential impact of female voters and candidates in Brazil – ‘Will Women Decide the Brazilian Election? The Potential Impact of Female Voters and Candidates’ Wilson Center Brazil Institute and Women in Public Service Project discussion, with Brazil Institute Associate Anna Prusa, Wilson Center History and Public Policy Program Fellow Malu Gatto, James Madison University Assistant Professor of Political Science Kristin Wylie, and College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University Associate of Political Science Pedro dos Santos

Location: Wilson Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.wilsoncenter.org/, https://twitter.com/TheWilsonCenter

Contacts: Wilson Center Brazil Institute, brazil@wilsoncenter.org, 1 202 691 4000

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Monday, Sep. 10 3:30 PM ‘Extremisms in Africa’ book talk at GW – George Washington University Institute for African Studies host ‘Extremisms in Africa’ book talk and discussion with author Alain Tschudin

Location: 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://elliott.gwu.edu, https://twitter.com/elliottschoolgw

Contacts: Elliott School of International Affairs, elliott@gwu.edu, 1 202 994 1000

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Monday, Sep. 10 5:00 PM ‘Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism’ SAIS event – ‘Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism’ SAIS Dean’s Forum, with Eurasia Group and GZERO Media President and founder Ian Bremmer

Location: SAIS, 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.sais-jhu.edu, https://twitter.com/SAISHopkins

Contacts: SAIS events, saisevents@jhu.edu, 1 202 999 3332

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Monday, Sep. 10 7:00 PM Allison Gala, benefiting the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation

Location: Long View Gallery, 1234 9th St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://tnbcfoundation.org, https://twitter.com/TNBCFoundation

Contacts: Michael Deleo, Sayles & Winnikoff Communications, mike@sayleswinnikoff.com, 1 212 725 5200 x 115

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Monday, Sep. 10 – Thursday, Sep. 13 OAS MESICIC analyzes reports on The Bahamas, Belize and Suriname – Organization of American States Committee of Experts of the Follow-up Mechanism for the Implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption (MESICIC) meeting, with agenda including reviewing and adopting the anticorruption reports of the Fifth Round of the Mechanism, related to The Bahamas, Belize and Suriname. Delegates of OAS member countries, international organizations (including the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank), and NGOs also discuss the progress that has been made in preventing and combating corruption worldwide

Location: Organization of American States, 200 17th Street Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.oas.org, https://twitter.com/OAS_official

Contacts: OAS press, oaspress@oas.org, 1 202 458 3320

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Monday, Sep. 10 – Wednesday, Sep. 12 American Association of Christian Schools Annual National Legislative Conference

Location: Holiday Inn Rosslyn, 1900 Fort Myer Drive, Arlington, VA

Weblinks: http://www.aacs.org/, https://twitter.com/AACS_DC

Contacts: AACS, 1 423 629 4280

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 8:00 AM U.S. Black Chambers Policy Breakfast – U.S. Black Chambers Policy Breakfast, to discuss challenges and solutions to policies that impact black business owners

Location: 25 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.usblackchambers.org, https://twitter.com/usblackchambers

Contacts: U.S. Black Chambers, info@usblackchambers.org, 1 202 463 8722

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 – Wednesday, Sep. 12 8:00 AM National Academies workshop on improving care to prevent suicide among people with serious mental illness – National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Health and Medicine Division hosts ‘Improving Care to Prevent Suicide among People with Serious Mental Illness – A Workshop’

Location: National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.nas.edu/, https://twitter.com/NASciences

Contacts: National Academies News Office, news@nas.edu, 1 202 334 2138

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 9:00 AM Wilson Center discussion on ‘New Rules for the Rule of Law in Argentina’ – ‘New Rules for the Rule of Law in Argentina’ Wilson Center Argentina Project discussion, on proposed reforms to strengthen Argentina’s criminal justice system, aiming for greater efficiency, transparency and credibility, with Wilson Center Argentina Project Director Benjamin Gedan, Argentina Commission on Reform of the Criminal Code Chair Mariano Borinsky, The Integrity Forum Chair Daniel Alonso, and American University Washington College of Law Academy on Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Co-Director Claudia Martin

Location: Wilson Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.wilsoncenter.org/, https://twitter.com/TheWilsonCenter

Contacts: Woodrow Wilson Center, wwics@wilsoncenter.org, 1 202 691 4000

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 9:30 AM Press preview of photography exhibition commemorating 1953 Birmingham church bombing – ‘Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project’ photography exhibition press preview, exploring the 1953 Birmingham church bombing, with particular focus on Bey’s representation of the past through the lens of the present, pushing the boundaries of portraiture and engaging ongoing national issues of racism, violence against African Americans, and terrorism in churches * Exhibition opens tomorrow

Location: National Gallery of Art, 6th and Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.nga.gov/, https://twitter.com/ngadc

Contacts: National Gallery of Art, pressinfo@nga.gov, 1 202 842 6353

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 11:00 AM Heritage Foundation event on ‘The Role of Government in a Free Society’ – ‘The Role of Government in a Free Society’ Heritage Foundation discussion, as part of the ‘Free Markets: The Ethical Economic Choice’ Speakers Series, with George Mason University Distinguished Professor of Economics Walter Williams

Location: Heritage Foundation, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.heritage.org, https://twitter.com/Heritage

Contacts: Heritage Foundation media, HeritagePress@heritage.org, 1 202 675 1761

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 11:00 AM Atlantic Council discussion on the southern gas corridor and European gas supply – ‘Connecting Europe: The Southern Gas Corridor & the Future of European Gas Supply’ Atlantic Council Global Energy Center discussion on progress already made, challenges still ahead, and opportunities for the future, with State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic Investments and Marketing Deputy Vice President Vitaliy Baylarbayov, BP Southern Corridor Communications and External Affairs Vice President Emily Olson, and Global Energy Center Senior Fellow Brenda Shaffer

Location: Atlantic Council, 1030 15th Street Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/, https://twitter.com/AtlanticCouncil

Contacts: Travis Horne, Atlantic Council, press@atlanticcouncil.org, 1 202 864 2899

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM Inter-American Dialogue discussion on ‘Smart Cities in Latin America and the Caribbean’ – ‘Smart Cities in Latin America and the Caribbean’ Inter-American Dialogue discussion, with Inter-American Dialogue President Michael Shifter, McKinsey Global Institute Senior Economist and Partner Jaana Remes, AT&T Services Public Policy Associate Vice President Jeffrey Dyger and BMW Group Latin America and the Caribbean Head of Government and External Affairs Guillermo Areas, and Inter-American Development Bank Housing and Urban Development Division Senior Specialist Mauricio Bouskela

Location: Inter-American Dialogue, 1155 15th Street NW Suite 800, DC 20036

Weblinks: http://www.thedialogue.org, https://twitter.com/The_Dialogue, #SmartCitiesLatAm

Contacts: The Dialogue events, meetings@thedialogue.org, 1 202 463 2572

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM Cato Institute policy forum on the future of free speech – ‘Can Free Speech Be Progressive?’ Cato Institute policy forum with Georgetown University Law Center Professor of Constitutional Law Louis Michael Seidman, New York University School of Law Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence Robert Bauer, and University of Washington School of Law Scholar Ronald Collins

Location: Cato Institute, 1000 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.cato.org/, https://twitter.com/CatoEvents, #Cato1A

Contacts: Cato Institute, pr@cato.org, 1 202 789 5200, https://twitter.com/CatoPress

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM East-West Center co-hosts New Voices from Japan Seminar – ‘Japanese Perspectives on Security in Southeast Asia, Japanese Political Confrontation, and Leadership in International Trade Rule-Making’ New Voices from Japan Seminar, hosted by The East-West Center in Washington, Social Science Research Council, and the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, with Komatsu University Associate Professor Saya Kiba, University of Tokyo, Hosei University and Showa Women’s University Adjunct Lecturer Akai Ohi, and Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Associate Professor Takemasa Sekine

Location: East-West Center, 1819 L Street NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.eastwestcenter.org, https://twitter.com/EastWestCenter

Contacts: East-West Center in Washington, Washington@EastWestCenter.org, 1 202 293 3995

To RSVP, please click here: http://www.eastwestcenter.org/ZSX

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 12:00 PM ‘No Property in Man: Slavery and Antislavery at the Nations Founding’ author speaks at National Archives – National Archives book talk and signing on ‘No Property in Man: Slavery and Antislavery at the Nations Founding’, in which political historian Sean Wilentz ‘invites a fresh debate about the political and legal struggles over slavery that began during the Revolution and concluded with the defeat of the Confederacy at the end of the Civil War’

Location: National Archives Museum, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.archives.gov/, https://twitter.com/USNatArchives

Contacts: National Archives media, public.affairs@nara.gov, 1 202 357 5300

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 2:00 PM Brookings discussion on ‘China’s sharp power and Taiwan’ – Brookings Institution Center for East Asia Policy Studies discussion on China’s sharp power and Taiwan, with University of Nottingham, UK, China Policy Institute and Taiwan Studies Programme Nonresident Senior Fellow J. Michael Cole

Location: The Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: https://www.brookings.edu/, https://twitter.com/BrookingsInst

Contacts: Brookings Institution communications, events@brookings.edu, 1 202 797 6105

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 – Friday, Sep. 14 NAFCU Congressional Caucus commences

Location: Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, 400 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.nafcu.org, https://twitter.com/NAFCU, #NAFCUCaucus

Contacts: Jaqueline Ramsay, NAFCU VP of Media Relations and Communications, jramsay@nafcu.org, 1 703 842 2820

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 – Wednesday, Sep. 12 CHCI Annual Leadership Conference – Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute 41st Annual Leadership Conference, themed ‘Here to Lead: Architects of Our Destiny’, as part of the Institute’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration * CHCI 41st Annual Awards Gala held 13 Sep

Location: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://chci.org, https://twitter.com/CHCI, #HereToLead

Contacts: Irving Burbano, CHCI, iburbano@chci.org, 1 347 803 0457

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 – Thursday, Sep. 13 2018 National Cleanup Workshop – 2018 National Cleanup Workshop, focusing on environmental remediation efforts across the Department of Energy complex. Speakers include Republican Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management Assistant Secretary of Energy for Environmental Management Anne White, DOE Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs Melissa Burnison, DOE Chief Human Capital Officer Candice Robertson, and DOE Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy Edward McGinnis

Location: Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, 5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA

Weblinks: http://www.energyca.org, https://twitter.com/EnergyCAorg, #NCW2018

Contacts: Megan Casper, Energy Communities Alliance, meganc@energyca.org, 1 202 828 2410

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Tuesday, Sep. 11 National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Noche de Gala – 22nd Annual National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts (NHFA) Noche de Gala

Location: Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.hispanicarts.org

Contacts: Carol Marshall, Carol Marshall Public Relations, carol@cmarshallpr.com, 1 213 598 5888

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