Artwork courtesy of Embrey Human Rights Program at SMU

The Triumph of the Spirit Awards, presented by the Embrey Human Rights Program at Southern Methodist University, will honor the accomplishment, commitment, and innovation of African physician Georges Bwelle, who goes the distance to offer free healthcare for his country’s impoverished, and Carol Brady Houston, a compassionate Plano-based supporter of special-needs children and their families.

Themed Voices, the event will feature performances by former Sudanese child soldier/current hip-hop peace activist, Emmanuel Jal, and smart, gritty country-folk music of Austin-based BettySoo; compelling spoken-word and live-action performances by Journeyman Ink; and a Voices-inspired mixed-media artwork gallery created by SMU students and local professionals.

Hors d’oeuvres and valet included. Cash bar.

The Triumph of the Spirit Awards, presented by the Embrey Human Rights Program at Southern Methodist University, will honor the accomplishment, commitment, and innovation of African physician Georges Bwelle, who goes the distance to offer free healthcare for his country’s impoverished, and Carol Brady Houston, a compassionate Plano-based supporter of special-needs children and their families.

Themed Voices, the event will feature performances by former Sudanese child soldier/current hip-hop peace activist, Emmanuel Jal, and smart, gritty country-folk music of Austin-based BettySoo; compelling spoken-word and live-action performances by Journeyman Ink; and a Voices-inspired mixed-media artwork gallery created by SMU students and local professionals.

Hors d’oeuvres and valet included. Cash bar.

The Triumph of the Spirit Awards, presented by the Embrey Human Rights Program at Southern Methodist University, will honor the accomplishment, commitment, and innovation of African physician Georges Bwelle, who goes the distance to offer free healthcare for his country’s impoverished, and Carol Brady Houston, a compassionate Plano-based supporter of special-needs children and their families.

Themed Voices, the event will feature performances by former Sudanese child soldier/current hip-hop peace activist, Emmanuel Jal, and smart, gritty country-folk music of Austin-based BettySoo; compelling spoken-word and live-action performances by Journeyman Ink; and a Voices-inspired mixed-media artwork gallery created by SMU students and local professionals.

Hors d’oeuvres and valet included. Cash bar.

WHEN

WHERE

The Kessler
1230 W. Davis St.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://www.prekindle.com/triumph

TICKET INFO

$50 and up.
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