Let's Get Free DC: Report Back. Turn Up.

Join DC residents who attended the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) convening as they offer reflections on what they experienced in Cleveland - the facilitated sessions, the importance of all-Black spaces, the transphobic incidents and subsequent calling in of cis folx by trans* and gender non-conforming people, the overall feeling of a family reunion, and much more.

Then, let's bring M4BL back to DC as we highlight current Black Liberation work in the District. Connect with community members, learn about upcoming actions you can take part in, and join local organizations fighting for a sustainable Black community in DC.

More than anything, we hope to offer a safe space in which Black people can let loose, connect, relax, cry, laugh, dance - much like the intended space at M4BL.

Let’s continue to scheme and build together as we fight for a DC in which Black people thrive.

*Note: this will be a Black-only space.*

Childcare will be provided upon request. Kindly let us know by Monday, November 9 if you would like to RSVP for childcare by emailing organizer@onedconline.org or call 202-232-2915.

  • November 12, 2015 at 6pm – 8pm
  • America's Islamic Heritage Museum
    2315 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
    Washington, DC 20020
    United States
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  • 25 people are going
  • Marybeth Onyeukwu

Shanell Bryant Elizabeth Saint-Victor jeremiah lowery Stanley Berry Bonnie D Outlaw Makia Green Angela Adrar Deirdre Shelly Robin Fields Marques Banks Erika Totten Randhal Mackenzie Tabb April Goggans Dametria Morton Damian Bascom Ana Rondon Becca Black Gabrielle Jackson Marybeth Onyeukwu Tracye Redd Chioma Iwuoha Lissette Miller Aaron Goggans Colleen Roberts Ambrose Lane Jr.

Will you come?