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We are incredibly honored and thrilled to announce that Nick Kristof is coming to Buffalo on December second as our special guest for an evening event at Kleinhans Music Hall to benefit Girls Education Collaborative.

Sponsorship and Patron opportunities are available now. Click here to learn more. Your support at this level will help us make this a truly extraordinary event! Our goal is to fully underwrite the costs of the evening so that proceeds from ticket sales can go directly towards supporting our critical work on the ground. Please call if you have any questions: 716.725.8869 or email Anne@GirlsEdCollaborative.org

General admission tickets go on sale October first and will be available on-line thru this site or a check by mail.  Come back October first for complete details. 

On September 23, Nick Kristof and his wife and writing partner Sheryl WuDunn released their second book, A Path Appears. Their first book, Half the Sky, highlighted stories on the plights of women and girls around the world. It was a best–seller and life changer. Many times I have had someone tell me that reading Half The Sky opened their eyes and spawned their personal commitment to get involved.

A Path Appears  is bound to engage our global community once again. Kristof and WuDunn give story-powered accounting on what they have witnessed—and researched has supported: change is happening. The book is an accounting of how individuals and organizations are making real, palpable changes within their communities, be it local or global. The book also serves as a guide on how each of us—no matter our age, income or standing in life—can become part of that change and contribute towards the world being a better place—for all.

OUR PATH APPEARS: Help us ‘pack the house’ for Nick—please forward this post to friends, family and colleagues!

Read and watch for more information and inspiration –

Katie Couric interviews Kristof and WuDunn

Boston Globe Book Review

NPR Interview: Audio and highlights





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