For Chanukah’s seventh candle, DC’s Cross River (Black-Jewish) Dialogue encourages dedicating resources — including attention, time, and funds — to Make Go-Go Forever.
Learn about Go-Go and its relationship to DC (start at Museum and Cafe site)
Explore topics of displacement and gentrification with Kymone Freeman on MixCloud and We Act Radio’s program “Gentrification or Displacement,” hosted by Joseph Young.
Check out background for the “Go-Go City” documentary — and see it:
DC Go-Go Film and Concert: Online, Dec 17, 7 p.m.
Screening of the new documentary, “Go-Go City: Displacement and Protest in Washington DC” plus Performance by the legendary Back Yark Band. Register here.
Shop at the new Go-Go Museum and Cafe and/or donate
Full list of Cross River 2020 Chanukah Dedications
For Chanukah’s third candle, DC’s Cross River (Black-Jewish) Dialogue encourages dedicating resources — including attention, time, and funds — to the Gun Violence Prevention in the District and beyond. See links below and read more on this dedication and the previous days’ here —
Virtual Bullet Melting event
for Memorial Forest and Peace Garden
Sunday, December 13, 4 p.m. (Facebook Event)
Streams live on Instagram. No need for an account. Just visit Mercedes’ IG at 4 p.m.
Cross River Dialoguers’ GVP-Related Work
Podcast on gun violence prevention in Ward 8
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense DC Chapter
Charnice Milton Community Bookstore and literacy-violence connection
Bundy Memorial Garden (threatened by developer)
Image text: “Third Candle: Next Level Vision, Gun Violence Prevention”