On November 15th, 2018, we will honor the incredible work of San Diego’s inspiring women who are shaking things up, driving the progressive agenda forward, often unrecognized, and leading us to a brighter future. We hope you will join us at our 2nd Annual Women Who Change the Game awards celebration, presented by Flip the Script.
The annual event is seated, plated luncheon and awards banquet to honor the women driving the progressive movement in San Diego. This banquet gathers the individuals and organizations who support the women of the progressive movement to celebrate their achievements and collective power.
Flip the Script is a new podcast hosted by Nicole Capretz of Climate Action Campaign (CAC) and Ismahan Abdullahi of the Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans (PANA). Nicole and Ismahan engage in conversations with cutting-edge thought leaders and agents of change who share their ideas for how we can move forward as an inclusive, progressive, and equitable San Diego.
When: Thursday, October 25 at 5:30 p.m
Where: 4089 Fairmount Ave., San Diego, CA 92105
Get your tickets here. Let’s recharge to #resist over some tacos, enjoy a great conversations, and get ready for November together!
Join us for an inspiring evening of powerful spoken word and storytelling, as Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans (PANA) and Mingei International Museum team up for a series of events. The theme for the evening is “Surprising Beauty,” featuring writings that weave together the performers’ works and objects from the Museum’s permanent collection.
This is the third event from the CREATIVE CITY HEIGHTS series, a community initiative serving the City Heights neighborhood in partnership with Karen Organization of San Diego, The AjA Project, Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans – PANA and Media Arts Center San Diego.
*No reservations required
Join PANA in celebrating with the rest of the world, as we declare together: The world supports and stands with refugees. We honor the strength and courage of refugees, and are committed to building awareness and support for refugees—people who have had to flee their homelands because of conflict, violence, or natural disaster.
This annual event is sponsored by the United Nations Refugee Agency.
Stay tuned for details about San Diego's event. Please contact us if you'd like to be informed of the details when they're available.