Saturday, September 9th
1:30 – 3:30 PM
Anacostia Community Library
1800 Good Hope Road SE
We are a network of DC organizations from across DC who are committed to combating racial, economic, and environmental injustice by reforming the DC planning, development policies and practices that perpetuate these injustices.
To RSVP or for more information contact:
Parisa at 202-234-9119 ext 100
Barry Farm residents and their attorneys announce a class action lawsuit
against the DC Housing Authority and its developers challenging discrimination against residents. Watch the Live Stream below:
Are you committed to growing and sustaining Empower DC? We are a vehicle for the people of DC to build organized political power in order to effectively fight back against the displacement of low income people and combat institutionalized racism throughout our city.
The Board is responsible for keeping the organization on point financially and legally, making sure that we have the resources and stability necessary to carry out our work and mission. This is a role for people who are firmly dedicated to what we do. Nominees will be vetted by the Board Nominations Committee and then brought before a membership vote at the Annual Meeting, scheduled for mid October.
Are you the one, or do you know someone who would be great for our Board? If so please submit your nomination before our August 11 deadline.
To be eligible you must be a member of Empower DC. If you have never joined in the past you must join by July 21 (three months before the Annual Meeting) in order to qualify. Dues are $10 per year. Click here to become a member.
If you have questions about the Board please contact Parisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 234-9119 x 100.
Empower DC’s Community Organizer, Jennifer Speight, providing testimony: