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Black Pioneers of DC Statehood: a conversation 

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 Monday, February 22, 2021 | 7:00-8:30 pm 

WEBINAR REGISTRATION
 

J O I N   U S   V I A   Z O O M

Join a conversation about Black pioneers of DC statehood and the movement for self-determination in the District of Columbia. This event will focus on Julius HobsonHilda MasonJosephine ButlerWalter Fauntroy and Anise Jenkins – and how their local activism led to advocating for DC statehood and Home Rule.


Panelists
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Johnny Barnes

Anise Jenkins
George Derek Musgrove
Carolyn Dungee Nicholas
Michelle Tingling-Clemmons


Music by Luci Murphy and Rasi Caprice.
 

Moderated by Kesh Ladduwahetty, DC for Democracy.
 

Sponsors:

Stand Up! for Democracy in DC (Free DC)
DC Black History Celebration Committee
DC for Democracy
DC Statehood Coalition
NOPE
League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia
DC Vote
Students for DC Statehood - Howard University Chapter
Huddle for the Future
Sierra Club - Washington, DC


This webinar will be limited to the first 100 participants who join.


Facebook announcement of this special event.


Click to view the promotional eblast.

CLICK TO VIEW THE ZOOM VIDEO RECORDING
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