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On October 17, Getting Out and Staying Out is hosting our inaugural Our Voices Ourselves women’s breakfast at The Yale Club. This event will gather New York City’s influential, powerful, and committed voices to network and discuss the impact of violence on women and the steps we can take to prevent and find a cure for violence in our communities.
GOSO loves celebrating the success of people in our community. We love it because Harlem-based Black-owned businesses enrich and strengthen our community.
Vikki Pryor: GOSO has made great headway and, since our inception nearly 20 years ago, we have helped over 15,000 at-risk or legal system-involved individuals. Our participants face obstacles in most aspects of their lives, including the deep stigma that makes it difficult for them to plan for the future and achieve stability.
On April 20, 2023, more than 250 guests gathered at the iconic New-York Historical Society to honor GOSO community champions and celebrate our participants – their strength and determination to change their lives despite all obstacles.
On April 20, GOSO will host its annual Gala at the New-York Historical Society in Manhattan and you can be a part of it – wherever you are that night, and even if you don’t like big parties.
2023 Justice Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Justice Award to Debevoise & Plimpton LLP for their extraordinary commitment to preserving the rights
2023 Community Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Community Award to Georges H. Leconte, NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem for their commitment to healing
2023 Pinnacle Award GOSO is proud to present our 2023 Pinnacle Award to Valentino Dixon for his resilience in the face of injustice and his
2023 Gala EMCEE Pix11’s Monica Morales is the six-time Emmy Award-winning host of the “Monica Makes It Happen” franchise on Pix11, and the streaming “Live