Date : Sunday, Feb 04
An interactive workshop with Jews United for Justice, where we’ll learn about the structure and function of the DC government and how we can engage with local government.
As we head into an election year full of tension and controversy, it can feel like our voices aren’t always heard or meaningful. One of the most effective ways to have a real impact is making change at the local level though, right here in our city. Join us over brunch for an interactive workshop with Jews United for Justice, community organizers focused on building a more just Washington, DC. We’ll learn about the structure and function of the DC government and concrete ways each of us can engage with local government officials to make real change for the lives of our families, friends, and neighbors.
11:00 AM: Brunch
11:30 AM: Programming
This is the first workshop in a three-part series – check out parts two and three on February 13 and February 20. Presented in partnership with The Capital Jewish Museum, DC Minyan, Hill Havurah, Avodah, and Sixth & I.
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