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We invite you to join us at The Nation Institute's Gala on Tuesday, December 11th at 6:00pm at the IAC Building.

Purchase tickets here.

We are delighted to announce that we will present the 2018 Puffin Prize for Creative Citizenship to the Parkland Student Activists, who founded March for Our Lives to end gun violence and challenge the complacency of lawmakers.

We also will honor David R. Jones, Executive Director and CEO of the Community Service Society of New York, one of New York's most accomplished civic leaders and a stalwart supporter of the Institute's mission to increase the diversity of voices in journalism.

This year we are returning to a seated dinner format but we will retain some elements from last year's event: a shorter speaking program, farm-to-table food by The Cleaver Co., and an inspiring atmosphere.

For questions, please contact: gala@nationinstitute.org.

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