Social Justice Calendar

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Wednesday, August 22nd LinkUp presents People Power Action in honor of Black August, featuring a live discussion with Mumia Abu Jamal, 5 to 8 PM at Faith Tabernacle UHCA, 300 A Street, Northwest, DC. For more information visit “Link Up its Official [dot] org.”

Thursday, August 23rd Pan-African Community Action presents the last film of their Free Community Movie Night, “Not Just A Game; Power, Politics & American Sports,” a film revealing that far from being merely entertainment, sports has long been at the center of major political debates and struggles of our time, 6 to 8 PM at We Act Radio, 1918 Martin Luther King Jr., Avenue, Southeast, DC. For more information visit “Paca DMV [dot] org.” That’s “P A C A D M V [dot] org.” Childcare will be provided by emailing “PACA [at] proton mail [dot] com” or call (202) 642-1448.

Friday August 24th is Lifting up the legacy of Black August, featuring Attorney Thomas Ruffin, Jr. and Dr. Nubia Kai with the film showing of “Black August” chronicling the last 14 month of George Jackson’s life, 7:00 PM at Sankofa Video Books & Cafe, 2714 Georgia Avenue, Northwest DC. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 202 413 4575.

Sunday, August 26th is Pan-African Community Action’s popular education session, “Free Them All!”: The Truth About Mass Incarceration and Political Prisoners,” 1:30 to 3:30 PM at Capitol View Neighborhood Library, 5001 Central Avenue Southeast, DC. For more information visit “Paca DMV [dot] org.” That’s “P A C A D M V [dot] org.” Childcare will be provided by emailing “PACA [at] proton mail [dot] com” or call 202 642 1448.

Tuesday August 28th Africa World Now Project and BloomBars present the award-winning documentary Agents of Change–the timely and inspiring story of how successful protests for equity and inclusion swept across campuses fifty years ago–7 to 9PM at BloomBars 3222 11th Street, Northwest, DC. For more information call 301.300.1682 or visit online “Bloom Bars [dot] com.”

If you’d like your social justice event included in the Social Justice Calendar, see the submission guidelines.

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Tuesday, August 14th is DC Coalition for Theatre & Social Justice Organizing Meeting, for creating alliances between artists, activists, and communities in DC to face shared social-economic health and human rights issues together, 7 to 9 PM at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, 641 D Street Northwest, DC.

Saturday, August 18th Black Alliance for Peace will host, Military Occupation of U.S. Black Communities & the Age of AFRICOM, a panel on the US government’s use of its vast military power to re-colonize the African continent and to subject Black people within its borders to police repression, 2 to 4 PM at Walbrook Branch Library, 3203 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Child care will be provided. For more information visit “Black Alliance for Peace [dot] com”.

Thursday, August 23rd Pan-African Community Action presents the last film of their Free Community Movie Night, “Not Just A Game,” a film revealing that far from being merely entertainment, sports has long been at the center of major political debates and struggles of our time, 6 to 8 PM at We Act Radio, 1918 Martin Luther King Jr., Avenue, Southeast, DC. For more information visit “Paca DMV [dot] org.” That’s “P A C A D M V [dot] org.” Childcare will be provided by emailing “PACA [at] proton mail [dot] com” or call (202) 642-1448.

Sunday, August 26th is Pan-African Community Action’s popular education session, “Free Them All!”: The Truth About Mass Incarceration and Political Prisoners,” 6:30 to 8:30 PM at Capitol View Neighborhood Library, 5001 Central Avenue Southeast, DC. For more information visit “Paca DMV [dot] org.” That’s “P A C A D M V [dot] org.” Childcare will be provided by emailing “PACA [at] proton mail [dot] com” or call 202 642 1448.

Tuesday August 28th Africa World Now Project and BloomBars present the award-winning documentary Agents of Change–the timely and inspiring story of how successful protests for equity and inclusion swept across campuses fifty years ago–7 to 9PM at BloomBars 3222 11th Street, Northwest, DC. For more information call 301.300.1682 or visit online “Bloom Bars [dot] com.”

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