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30 Women, 30 Stories Exhibitions
Marian House Presents:
“30 Women, 30 Stories
Journeys to Recovery and Transformation"
A traveling exhibition about Marian House alumnae and their remarkable journeys from dependence to independence. The project includes community dialogues on issues affecting the women’s lives and is presented in conjunction with a book and DVD created on the occasion of Marian House’s 30th Anniversary.
For more information on the traveling exhibition or the “30 Women, 30 Stories” please call 410-467-4246 or email email@example.com.
“30 Women, 30 Stories” - Issue Related Videos
Listen to the women and experts of “30 Women, 30 Stories” talk about addiction, incarceration, homelessness, mental illness, and trauma—issues faced by Marian House women and others like them as they move from dependence to independence. Click here to see the videos.
April 30-June 30, 2013
Enoch Pratt Central Library
400 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Exhibition on view in 1st FLOOR ANNEX.
COMMUNITY DIALOGUE DETAILS
The Disease of Addiction: Treatment Not Incarceration
Wednesday, May 15th, 5:30–6:30pm
Wheeler Auditorium. Reception Following.
Community Dialogue Moderator:
Antonia Fasanelli, Executive Director for Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc.
Judge Albert J. Matricciani, Jr., MD Court of Special Appeals - Representing Docket for Homeless Persons (DHP) in Early Resolution Court
Thomas Cargiulo, PharmD, BCPP, Program Director for OSI-Baltimore's Tackling Drug Addiction Initiative
Kathy LaVina, RN, LCPC, LCADC, Clinical Supervisor for Marian House
Trina Selden, Executive Director for Out for Justice and Marian House Alumna
Community Dialogues will provide an opportunity for conversation amongst panelists and audience.
TO RSVP: RSVP's are welcome but NOT required. If you would like further information, please email the Advancement Office.
PARKING: Street Parking Meters Available.
Closest Parking Garage: Franklin Street Garage
15 W. Franklin St.
$4.00 Flat Rate
Garage Open Until 10p.m.
Cash and Credit Accepted
For Light Rail: Centre Street Stop
For Metro: Lexington Market Stop or Charles Center Stop
UPCOMING EXHIBITION DETAILS
Locations, Dates, Community Dialogues & Receptions