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The 2012 Fairness Award is Around the Corner

On Tuesday, November 13th, the Global Fairness Initiative will host the 2012 Annual Fairness Award at the Historic Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C. The award ceremony will honor two exceptional leaders, Ambassador Melanne Verveer and Ms. Lucy Kanu, whose work and life have opened opportunity and access for poor and marginalized communities. By honoring these outstanding individuals, GFI hopes to inspire a new generation of leaders to dedicate themselves to economic justice, fairness, and equality. Join us for an evening with music, food, and drinks! Purchase a table or a seat today. www.fairnessaward.org This year we are proud to honor and recognize: Ms. Melanne Verveer: Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues, United States Department of State Ms. Lucy Kanu: Founder, Idea Builders in Nigeria Mr. Jim Vance: CNBC4 Anchor and Fairness Award Masters of Ceremony With a Special Performance by Sweet Honey in the Rock Your attendance and support will be crucial to GFI's approach to eradicating poverty and strengthening the economic development of marginalized farmers, workers, and laborers. You can help ensure that we continue to support the lives of women and their families in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Purchase tickets today at $100 or a VIP table at $5,000. Visit www.fairnessaward.org/get-involved for a full list of sponsorship benefits. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. 2012 Fairness Award Tuesday, November 13th 2012 Historic Howard Theatre Washington D.C. Thank you for your continued support.