Calendar for 2005(past) Current Calendar
|Ongoing Events||Current Calendar|
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Volunteer at SALSA!
Help us conduct a phone survey of D.C. Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners (ANCs) to find out how we can better serve the needs of local D.C. Activists and community efforts for social change. Evening shifts for the survey will be on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 pm and day shifts on Fridays from 2 to 3:30 pm. Volunteers will earn one voucher/pass, to be used for any class of choice, for each day of volunteering. Email the SALSA survey coordinator, Stephanie at email@example.com (or call her at 202 234 9382) with time availability or questions.
|Several Times per month!||Call||D.C.
Area Books to Prisoners
|Future projects include coordinating book clubs in prisons and organizing teach-ins on the prison industrial complex.||Contact Caleb Eber 301-864-9702|
|Once a month?||Call||The Black Radical Congress, D.C. Chapter||Meeting regularly to kick off an Education Not Incarceration campaign in the District.||202-777-2646 ext. 2524 (Calendar)|
|Mondays||11:30 AM||"Heal DC" call-in show hosted by Joni Eisenberg||
Call WPFW, 89.3 FM at 202-885-0893 to go on air!
|Joni and guests cover all the different angles of health care and the lack thereof in DC. Call 202-885-0893|
Vigil at the Pentagon
At Fern and Army Navy Blvd., under the 395 overpass, near the Pentagon
|Calling for an end to militarism and the war.||Sponsor: Dorothy Day Catholic Worker at 202-882-9649|
|Tuesdays||12:30 pm - 2:30 pm||Brown Bag Lunch Series free and open to the public!||Institute for Policy Studies, 733 15th St., NW, Suite 1020||
|6 PM||International Friends and Family of Mumia Abu-Jamal||de
Place, 404 H St., NE, WDC
|Allison Cook 202-973-2177 or Art Laffin 202-882-9649|
|7 - 9 pm||
DC Anti-war Network Meetings.
At: The American Friends Service Committee Office
|2nd, 4th Tue.||6:30 PM||Stand Up for Democracy Coalition||National Council of Negro Women, 633 Penn. Ave., NW, WDC 202-232-2500||Anise Jenkins 202-483-3478|
|1st Wed.||9:30 am||Fair Budget Coalition of the District of Columbia||Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, 1800 Massachusetts Ave. NW, 6th floor||(202) 872-8958|
|7 - 10 PM||Spiritual Dialogue for Racial Healing & Diversity||1305 Emerson Street, NW.||202-310-1430|
|Wednesdays||4:30 - 7:30 pm||Community Harvest Farm Stand||Josephine Butler Park Center, 2437 15th Street NW, WDC||Information|
Affordable Housing Strategy Meeting
|This group will meet on the first Wednesday of every month.||Contact: Linda Leaks, Washington Inner-city Self Help (WISH), (Now Empower DC 202-234-9119 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
WEEKLY ACTIVIST MEETINGS against War and Racism!
|1247 E St. SE, which is the corner of 13th St. (Entrance actually on 13th St.)||International Action Center, 202-543-2777, 202-544-9355|
|7 - 8 PM||D.C. Lesbian Avengers||Lammas Women's Books & More, 1607 17th St., NW, WDC||202-861-1393|
|7 PM||D.C. Coalition for Housing Justice||Call for location||202-332-8800|
|9 to 11 pm||Mintwood
Radio from the Heart of DC
DC Independent Media Center, the Mintwood Media Collective
|Fridays||12-1 pm||Vigil Every Friday to end sanctions against Iraq since since Feb. 1998||White House, Wash. DC and the Israeli Embassy||Call The Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, 202-882-9649 E-mail|
|5:30 - 6:30 pm||Women In Black Vigil Every
(except December 26 and January 2)
|Ongoing vigil to mourn the deaths in the conflicts between Israel and Palestine and to seek peace. Participants wear black and maintain silence.||Farragut Park, 17th & K
Sts., NW, (Farragut North Metro, Red line)
|7:30 pm||Coalition for Rent Control||Yenching Palace Restaurant, 3524 Conn. Ave. and Porter St., NW, WDC||Karen|
|Saturdays||Call||DC Green Weekend Campaigning||Arturo Griffiths’ house, 1907 Kenyon Street NW in Mount Pleasant||202-265-2659 or Vicki Linton|
|1st & 3rd Sat.||7:30 - 10:30 pm||HIV Coffee House -||Friends Meeting House, 2111 Florida Ave., NW, WDC||202-483-3310|
|2nd Sat.||2 PM|| E.V.
Sponsored by: Socialist Party, Greens, DSA, Solidarity
|Martin Luther King Library, Room 221 or 304||
John Acher or Bob Auerbach 301-474-1998
|Sunday||10 am||Orientation for new petitioners for DC Statehood Greens||The Savory Café, Takoma Park; 7071 Carroll Avenue||Contact Alan Mattlage|
|12 noon to 1 pm||Stand for Peace||Signs are not allowed to be on a stick or pole. If you are interested in standing on the Stoney Creek Bridge on Fort Smallwood Road or ,call or write to say you will be coming.|
|5 pm||Homes Not Jails Weekly Meeting||Call or e-mail for location and more information||202-297-4430|