On the agenda is a discussion of how grassroots organizing groups in Washington DC are forming resistance movements and building people power during 45’s term.
About the ONE DC Black Workers Center
ONE DC is raising $1.3 million to purchase a building to house the first Black Workers Center in the District of Columbia. A community-controlled space is critical to building power through political education and leadership development with an emphasis on Black workers.
It is essential that ONE DC, a Black-led organization, operate from a liberated space East of the River, where unemployment rates are the highest in the city and where residents are vulnerable to a new wave of mass displacement and gentrification.
With a Black Workers Center space, ONE DC will be able to house equipment for time banking programs, host national and international visitors who want to learn about organizing in DC, and build a political movement to fight for control over housing, land, and labor.