ASIRT Lite Summer Travel Series
Travel just became safer, easier and more exciting!
Take three FREE virtual trips with ASIRT this summer.
Virtual Visits to Hawaii, Uganda and Kenya
Join ASIRT zoom sessions to explore the land,
culture and roads of three fascinating destinations.
July 23, 7:30 pm EST: Hawaii with ASIRT Global Researcher and Writer, award-winning journalist and novelist Debra Bokur who will introduce her newly released first novel, The Fire Thief. The murder mystery that takes place in Hawaii will set the stage for an interesting discussion about beautiful Hawaii and its culture, including music played by James Walker McDaniel, and food. Join us for an evening that will delight all of your senses. Learn More
July 30, 7:30 pm EST: Uganda with Foreign Service Official and ASIRT Board Member Kimberly Harrington, just returned from her post in Uganda, who will captivate us with her family’s intriguing experience of the country’s beautiful culture, hospitable people and gorgeous landscape, as well as the unique challenges citizens face. Learn More
August 6 , 7:30 pm EST: Kenya with Dr. David Silverstein, a prominent physician, and Channa Commanday, a nurse practitioner, from their home in Kenya, along with Bright Owaya, a road safety advocate and Executive Director of ASIRT-Kenya, who together will paint a picture of the magnificent scenery, vibrant life, realities and challenges of living in Kenya. Learn More
Register for one, two or all three opportunities to gain insight into these beautiful locations with experienced travelers who are thrilled to share their unique perspectives with us.

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We look forward to spending three exciting evenings with you. The Series is free to attend, but your donation will enable ASIRT to continue its mission to help improve road safety for pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and passengers in the U.S. and abroad. Please donate at asirt.org/donate.

Contact asirt@asirt.org or 240-249-0100 for more information.