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Administrative Organizational Management Committee Meeting

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 06:00 PM · 1 rsvp
ONE DC Office

ONE DC practices our shared leadership model by self-management by committee. Admin & Organizational Management is one of four committees that make up ONE DC's work (others are Resource Development; Organizing & Coalition Building; Member Development & Community Learning). We are actively recruiting ONE DC members to join the Admin committee.

  • Writing regular blog posts or taking photos for the website
  • Website design & maintenance
  • Social media strategy
  • Monthly enewsletter & email blasts
  • Maintaining member & donor database
  • Reorganizing & archiving ONE DC documents to preserve our community learning & organizing history
  • Strategic Plan design
  • Member Appreciation event planning
  • 1-on-1's with new members & volunteers
  • and more!

Admin Committee meets monthly to identify what tasks need to be completed that month, assign tasks to members, & discuss long-term committee strategy. If you are interested in working on or learning about any of the above tasks, please join us Tuesday, September 27 at 6PM for our next meeting! If you are familiar with Nation Builder or want to learn these skills, we highly encourage you to attend.


Shaw Walking Tour

Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 06:00 PM · 26 rsvps
Meet at ONE DC office
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ONE DC invites you to engage with us in a conversation and community learning process about displacement and resistance in DC, and how we organize for equitable development. ONE DC will show you the physical side of gentrification in the Shaw neighborhood and discuss its effects on the community, along with stories of how ONE DC organizes with residents to stand up for community-led, equitable development. Participants will have the opportunity to raise and discuss questions together, as well as tie learned experience to the Shaw story and context. We will explore the interconnectedness of the right to housing, the right to income, and the right to wellness. Participants will walk a little less than 1 mile total. Depending on questions and reflections, tour lasts about 75-90 minutes.We are presenting this tour free to residents as part of "What’s Going On: Voices of Shaw," a public art project that examines and celebrates the micro-cultures of Shaw through the voices and diverse lens of the community. For more info or to submit your own project, click here. We welcome donations to support the organizing work of ONE DC.


Black Workers Center Meeting

Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 06:00 PM
United Black Fund in Washington, DC

What is a Black Workers Center?

There are countless ways to envision a Black Workers Center (BWC). Because of the staggering economic difficulties that black workers face, we need them to raise their voice, share their stories, and help mold the vision and goals of what a BWC in DC needs to be. To overcome chronic black unemployment and underemployment, we must talk about how race & work intersect while creating spaces where black workers and their allies can create their own opportunities for training, employment, and worker ownership.

We need long-time DC residents. We need long-term unemployed and underemployed workers. We need single parents and returning citizens. We need you. That being said, all are welcome regardless of race to help build the movement for creating a BWC in Washington, DC.


Black Workers Center Meeting

Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 06:00 PM
United Black Fund in Washington, DC

What is a Black Workers Center?

There are countless ways to envision a Black Workers Center (BWC). Because of the staggering economic difficulties that black workers face, we need them to raise their voice, share their stories, and help mold the vision and goals of what a BWC in DC needs to be. To overcome chronic black unemployment and underemployment, we must talk about how race & work intersect while creating spaces where black workers and their allies can create their own opportunities for training, employment, and worker ownership.

We need long-time DC residents. We need long-term unemployed and underemployed workers. We need single parents and returning citizens. We need you. That being said, all are welcome regardless of race to help build the movement for creating a BWC in Washington, DC.


Member Appreciation

Saturday, December 03, 2016 at 03:00 PM
RISE Demonstration Center in Washington, DC

Member Appreciation is our end-of-year event to celebrate the wins, actions, and accomplishments of our members, donors, supporters, volunteers. All ages are welcome, long-time members and new supporters.


Black Workers Center Meeting

Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 06:00 PM
United Black Fund in Washington, DC

What is a Black Workers Center?

There are countless ways to envision a Black Workers Center (BWC). Because of the staggering economic difficulties that black workers face, we need them to raise their voice, share their stories, and help mold the vision and goals of what a BWC in DC needs to be. To overcome chronic black unemployment and underemployment, we must talk about how race & work intersect while creating spaces where black workers and their allies can create their own opportunities for training, employment, and worker ownership.

We need long-time DC residents. We need long-term unemployed and underemployed workers. We need single parents and returning citizens. We need you. That being said, all are welcome regardless of race to help build the movement for creating a BWC in Washington, DC.


ONE DC
Organizing for Neighborhood Equity in Shaw and the District

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