Community thru Covid’s presentation of political education from Serve Your City’s “DC 101” continues with straight forward discussion of the budget process.
Part 2 of DC 101’s political education on health, from Serve Your City DC/Ward 6 Mutual Aid.
Partial presentation of DC 101’s political education on health, from Serve Your City DC/Ward 6 Mutual Aid.
Miranda Mlilo, Tutoring & Extracurricular Education Lead for SYC/W6 Mutual Aid, joins the next “Community thru Covid.”
A family homeless shelter is in peril as a tactic in opposition to an unrelated project in the same DC ward.
An unusual way to connect with Black dance history and an interview with a public school alum, parent and advocate.
Updated 1:00 p.m. 2/24 with new links This week, on the second half of Community thru Covid, we hear from Yolanda Corbett, a parent and education advocate who participated in the recent “DC 101” presentation, from Serve Your City DC, on the history and status of education in the District of Columbia. Among planned topics …
Land use and housing affordability, historically and amid the pandemic, Douglas Development, and “The Secret Garden” property. Wed Feb 3 at 11 EASTERN
A variety of community partners, led by individuals who have or are currently experiencing homelessness, are stepping up to meet the needs of the housing insecure in DC.
The People for Fairness Coalition and Serve Your City DC, a Mutual Aid hub, have been gathering each Sunday afternoon to support people living in encampments during this pandemic. “Covid Reduction Plan” has been focused in DC’s NoMa neighborhood and is now expanding to other encampments. Qaadir El-Amin of the Fair Budget Coalition, Maurice Cook …