Leeway Foundation was established in 1993 to promote the welfare of
women and benefit the arts. Leeway supports individual women artists,
arts programs and arts organizations, focusing on the Greater Philadelphia
region, in order to help them achieve personal and community transformation.
As part of the
Social Planning and Events Committee (SPEC) at the University of Pennsylvania,
Connaissance brings an array of public figures to address the Penn
community each year. Our speakers have included personalities as diverse
as Benjamin Netanyahu, Conan O'Brien, and Billy Joel.
L.P. is the private partner with the City of Philadelphia in the redevelopment
of the food and retail program throughout Philadelphia International
Airport. This passenger amenities program includes the 100,000 square-foot
retail redevelopment of Terminals A through E, 10,000 square feet
of stores and eateries in the new regional terminal, and the 21,000
square-foot retail development in the airport’s new 13-gate international
terminal opening summer, 2002.
International House of PhiladelphiaT
The mission of International House is to bring people from different
countries and cultures together as a community to learn about and
from each other in order to promote mutual tolerance and respect.
The Albert M. Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC) at the University
Pennsylvania was established in 1983 to serve the needs of Penn's
student of color communities and to promote understanding and interaction
between students of all backgrounds at Penn. The Center supports the
United Minorities Council and its affliated groups and designs and
implements intercultural programs for the campus community.
Emergency and Material Assistance Program (EMAP) at the American Friends
Service Committee is now in its 85th year of operation. EMAP provides
material assistance to those in need in this country and abroad. Materials
include clothing, medical supplies, seeds, Friend-Ship Kits, and other
requested items. The program receives volunteer support to collect,
sort, and pack donations.
of Pennsylvania Film Studies Department
An interdisciplinary program designed to acquaint
students with the history and interpretation of film and to allow
them to combine knowledge of the field with the traditional aims of
an undergraduate liberal arts education.
The Progressive Activist Network is a loose
coalition of progressive students, community partners, faculty and
staff in the University of Pennsylvania community. The organization
discusses various current issues and occasionally coordinate ways
to respond to events locally, nationally and internationally.
Penn for Peace is a group of members of the University of Pennsylvania
community who came together in the aftermath of the Sept 11 terrorist
attacks to discuss alternatives to revenge-based responses. It primarily
seeks to elevate consciousness about the cyclic nature of violence
and the lessen the impact of the war against terrorism on more innocent
The Global Dialogue Institute
The purpose of the GDI is to promote dialogue in the broadest
sense among individuals and groups of different religions and cultures,
focusing especially though not exclusively on the "opinion-shapers"
of society, e.g., scholars, professionals, and institutional & business
leaders. In this website you will find references to the ongoing projects
supported by the Global Dialogue Institute in working toward these
PASS provides a forum for Arab students as well as students interested
in Arab heritage and culture to get together and discuss Arab-related
issues. We achieve this through hosting seminars, student panels,
dinners, outings, parties,and coffee hours. We hope that you find
this a helpful launching point for information about the Middle East,
Arab news, and Arab life at the University of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia's largest and most comprehensive
recording facility to specialize in audio post and broadcast production.
For more information, call (215) 923-9999.
Johnson Klose Political Campaign and Advocacy Media
1831 Chestnut Street 6th Floor Philadelphia,
Ph: 215 567 4080 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
National media consulting firm for political campaigns and advocacy
efforts for 20 years. Clients include Senators Patrick Leahy, Jean
Carnahan and Richard Durbin, Governors Mike Easley and Don Siegelman
and many members of Congress, in addition to, the American Federation
of Teachers and the United Federation of Teachers in NYC.
A tasty Thai restaurant,
Thai Singha House is located on 3939 Chestnut Street.
The Inn at Penn is the perfect place to unwind and relax. Located
in the heart of the beautiful Penn Campus, and just a few blocks from
downtown, The Inn at Penn is in the heart of University City. For
more information, call 800-809-7001.
Crowne Plaza Philadelphia - Center City is a first-class hotel set
in the heart of the Philadelphia downtown business district and is
located at 1800 Market Street. For more information, call 215-561-7500.
Rental Services (AVHQ)
A leading provider of high-end audiovisual
equipment rentals, with offices throughout the United States. Our
services include providing complete audiovisual and technical support
to meetings, conventions / tradeshows, corporate theater, large
presentations and entertainment events.
"Not your typical airport restaurants."
Ric Blatstein, President, One International Plaza Suite 130 Philadelphia,
PA 19113 Tel: 610 521-6707