2021 Julian Clement Chase Prize Award Ceremony

Award Ceremony

Brigitte Rouson

Keynote speaker Brigette Rouson

 

Thursday, October 21st, 7:00-8:30 pm
The event is free and open to the public.

This year's virtual Julian Clement Chase Prize ceremony features Brigette Rouson, principal of Rouson Associates, who will bring an equity frame to organizational change in her talk, "Liberating Powers: Community Building in Word, in Deed.” The 2021 awardee, Chase Kleber will present material from his prize-winning essay, "Sundays in the Park.”

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The ceremony and reception honor exceptional research writing about the District of Columbia. This year, this ceremony is a Keynote event of the national Conference for Community Writing, a gathering of writers, scholars, community leaders, and activists. This year's theme is “Weaving Narratives for Social Justice Action in the Local, National and Global.”

If you have any questions about the award, please contact Phyllis Ryder.

Past Julian Clement Chase Prize Winners


 


Awardee Presentations

 

Chase Kebler

 

This year's awardee is Chase Kleber. He will present material from his prize-winning essay, "Sundays in the Park.”