Guided Tour: The Utopia Project Exhibit
1901 Fort Place SE
The global pandemic, attacks on democracy, and the overturning of Supreme Court decisions making way for states to pull back people’s rights can lead to activism fatigue and a general sense of hopelessness and defeat. Join us for part one of our two-part activism series that will re-energize you and lift your spirits so you can continue to be an advocate for change in our community and beyond.
WHAT: Part 1: Guided Tour: The Utopia Project Exhibit
What makes some social movements more successful than others? Experience a guided tour of The Utopia Project: Inspiration for Creative Activism exhibit at the Anacostia Community Museum, and learn about the research-informed tactics that have most often led to measurable social change. This experiential gallery is designed to help visitors tap into the issues they care about and envision their own version of a utopia as they prototype their ideas for making a better world.
WHEN: Sunday, February 12, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
REGISTRATION: Tickets are $12 for part 1 of this series or $18 for both parts 1 and 2.
Want to learn more about how to successfully make change? Attend Part 2: Be the Change: An Activism Workshop on Tuesday, February 21 with JUFJ.
This workshop series is brought to you in partnership with Sixth & I and JUFJ.