Nicholas Kristof, Pulitzer-Prize award winning Journalist & Op-Ed Columnist for The New York Times


Sponsorship Opportunities

Make this a truly celebratory event with your sponsorship support. Sponsorships at various levels are critical to sustain Casa Cornelia's work in 2018- providing quality free legal representation for our clients including: unaccompanied children who come to the U.S. fleeing violence, victims of domestic violence and human trafficking, and asylum seekers facing socio-political, religious, and ethnic persecution.  View, select and process your sponsorship for the event, or contact us.

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Reserve your tickets and join us for a night of celebration and reflection. All proceeds will fund Casa Cornelia’s free legal services!

Questions?

Contact Rosa E. Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager at RMitsumasu@casacornelia.org or at (619) 231-7788 ext. 330. We look forward to celebrating with you.


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​​Casa Cornelia Celebrates its 25th Anniversary & La Mancha Awards

Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 6 - 9 p.m. * ​Shiley Theater * University of San Diego

 
The ceremony will feature awards for Distinguished Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and Jubilee Law Firms, and will highlight 2018 Pro Bono Publico Award winners. We will also have a reception featuring live music and hor d'oeuvres for approximately 600 friends, colleagues and supporters. ​

Keynote Speaker: Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof, Pulitzer-Prize award winning journalist and Op-Ed Columnist
  for The New York Times, has over two decades of experience reporting on human rights violations and social injustices around the world, including Sudan, Darfur, Israel-Palestine, Libya and Iraq.


After joining The New York Times in 1984, Kristof served as correspondent in

Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Beijing and Tokyo. In 1990 Kristof and his wife, Sheryl

WuDunn, then also a NYT journalist, became the first husband-wife team to win

a Pulitzer Prize for journalism, for their coverage of China’s Tiananmen Square

democracy movement. Kristof won his second Pulitzer in 2006 for what the judges

called “his graphic, deeply reported columns that, at personal risk, focused attention

on genocide in Darfur and that gave voice to the voiceless in other parts of the world.”

Kristof and WuDunn have written four best-selling books: Half the Sky, A Path

Appears, China Wakes, and Thunder.

Learn more about our Keynote Speaker and his most recent publications.