Blog Roll

ABC 7 WLJA interviewed artists from “Play” - Michele Colburn, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Monica Pages, and upcoming artists in “Protection,” Michael Crossett and Margery Goldberg! Elizabeth Ashe got to talk about what it feels like, as an artist, to curate an exhibit. — I believe in all the work here so much, I’d be giving my space to others if my work were in the show! And I’ve loved meeting GVP activists! Expect to see it on the news, Channel 7 Monday, 7/1!

UDC and Black Millennials for Flint Presentations on Lead in DC, Problems and Solutions

Details from Fundred Reserve Open Lab...

"Students Mariana C. Barros, Natashia Benjamin, and Autumn Dunavant from UDC will present a selection of maps designed to explore local lead impacts and increase visibility of this under-reported issue. Through the use of data visualization, their final projects juxtapose publicly sourced data on lead pipes, demographics, schools, health facilities and other intersections.

We will also hear about the work of the organization, Black Millennials for Flint, who recently through their work created an amendment to DC Law requiring all public and charter schools, as well as children’s health and care facilities, to remedy and monitor all lead pipes and fixtures, with transparency to the public. We will learn more about the new projects they are launching. Black Millennials For Flint (#BM4F) is a grassroots environmental justice and civil rights organization with the purpose of bringing like-minded organizations together to collectively take action and advocate against the crisis of lead exposure, specifically in African American & Latino communities throughout the nation."

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