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People's Platform General Body Meeting

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April's meeting will center on People's Platform Principle #3: the right to health and wellness for people and the earth. We believe in a system designed to meet our human needs, not to exploit and profit. We will be joined by Empower DC, learn about the systemic issues facing our environment, and prepare for the People's Climate March on April 29th!

The People’s Platform is a movement of low-income and working class DC residents of color and people who share our values and vision. We seek to organize, educate, fight for and win truly affordable housing, sustaining work, and wellness for all in DC. Our monthly People's Platform general body is a space where we work towards our goals by prioritizing political education and leadership development in our work; centering the leadership of working class black women; being funded by our base; always seeking to build a deeper analysis and assessing our work; building alternative institutions; learning from past movement's successes and limitations; championing non-reformist reforms; and always seeking to be a part of a broader movement that is multi-national, multi-ethnic, multi-gender, and multi-class.

WHEN
April 27, 2017 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Petworth Library
4200 Kansas Ave NW
Washington, DC 20011
United States
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CONTACT
ONE DC · · 202-232-2915
78 RSVPS
Erin Close Vi Bui Antonia Cofer Jacqueline Blanchard Raheem Anthon Isabel Echarte Jose Alvarado Bri Sanders Taha Shabazz Lenwood Johnson Stephanie Jackson Oliver Myers Arthur Romano Meredith Ives Alem Dibbru Antoine Pitroipa Catelin Dunn Ronald Grey Renata Aguilera-Titus Angie Whitehurst Edith Muse Christie Gardner Sara Swetzoff Mel Leiva Will Merrifield Dominic Moulden Kamau Waset Clare Bresnahan Flynn Burke Kristi Matthews Candace Moulden Jordan Schreiber Aster Berhe Rodney Ridley adwoa masozi Kendra Allen David Edwards Audrea Lim Caitlin Cocilova Eric Sheptock David Schwartzman Ivy Kayira Yasmina Mrabet Ilyse Kramer

Will you come?