NEEDED: Troublemakers for Justice!

 
 
Justice has never been easily or smoothly achieved. When we all said goodbye to Nelson Mandela this year, we remember that he fought. He agitated. He organized. He strove to make his country more just, and won. The spirit that drove him was apparent early on -- when he was born, he was given the forename Rolihlahla -- Xhosa for "troublemaker."

ONE DC wants all of you to get out there and make some trouble.

In order to make our city a better place, we're going to need your help. Whether it's an ongoing commitment or a one-time engagement, we're happy with whatever level of help you're able to offer. Here's how you can get involved with our upcoming events and campaigns:

ONE TIME TROUBLE MAKERS - Needed only one time per event
  • Phone Bankers
  • Door Knockers
  • Newsletter Writers
SHORT TERM TROUBLE MAKERS - Needed monthly or for 
Showing some love to our Lincoln Westmoreland II trouble makers on Member Appreciation Day.
several months for the following events and campaigns:
  • The "From The Streets to the Rooftops" campaign, described further down in the newsletter.
  • The Solidarity Exhibit - we need an artist and organizer to coordinate fundraiser exhibits
  • The People's Platform event - we need long-time and new residents to do outreach, phone banking, and canvassing for the March 8th Mayoral Forum sponsored by ONE DC, Empower DC, Barry Farm Study Circle, OUR DC, and Working Families.
LONG TERM TROUBLE MAKERS - Needed weekly and monthly for either of the following campaigns and events:
  • Right to Housing 
  • Right to Income
Please email ONE DC at dmoulden@onedconline.org or organizer@onedconline.org. MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW! Make your voice heard. Make trouble.
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