2016 Justice Trailblazer Award Dinner

Honoring Jelani Cobb, contributor to The New Yorker, prizewinning author, and Director of the Africana Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut

Thursday, February 25th, 2016 - 5:45PM 

*Ticket & Sponsorship Information Below*

Tickets and Sponsorship Opportunities

 

 

 

 

 FRIEND ($250)

 One reserved seat 

 

 Faculty/Staff ($140)

 One reserved seat 

 

 MARQUEE ($15,000)

Three tables (24 tickets)
Exclusive sponsorship of the cocktail reception

Named sponsor of one table of 8 journalists/students

Full page ad, logo and name listing in journal

Prominent recognition in all event-day promotional materials and during ceremony

Web ad for one year

Seat gift opportunity

Guggenheim Fellows seated at table

 PLATINUM ($10,000)

Two tables (16 tickets)
Named sponsor of one table of 8 journalists/students

Full page ad, logo and name listing in journal

Prominent recognition in all event-day promotional materials and during ceremony

Web ad for one year

Seat gift opportunity

Guggenheim Fellows seated at table

 GOLD ($7,500)

Two tables (16 tickets)
Half page ad, logo and name listing in journal
Prominent recognition in all event-day promotional materials and during ceremony

Web ad for one year

SILVER ($5000)

One table (8 tickets)
Recognition in all event-day promotional materials and during ceremony

Special acknowledgement during ceremony 

BRONZE ($2500)
Four tickets
Logo and name listing in journal

 

  ****If you cannot attend but wish to donate, please contact Wren Longno, Deputy Director at wlongno@jjay.cuny.edu or 212-484-1175.***

 

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Reservations for the 2016 Justice Trailblazer Awards dinner on Feb 25, 2016, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, are now available.

Presented by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice, this year's dinner will honor Jelani Cobb, contributor to The New Yorker, prizewinning author, and Director of the Africana Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut, for his far-reaching contributions to the national debate on criminal justice.
Sponsorship and/or individual ticket purchase(s) help the nonprofit, non-partisan Center accomplish its mission of encouraging and developing high-quality reporting on criminal justice.
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 5:45 PM

Jelani Cobb

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

524 West 59th Street New York, NY, 10019
P: 212.237.8000
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