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Gray Panthers Fight to Save Their Homes

Posted: March 20

NE Residents Sue Over Proposed Fire Station

From Informan Newspaper: 

February 28 - March 6


US Meddling in Venezuela Election Backfires

Posted: March 20

On Monday, May 21, 2018, a coalition of concerned DC activists and organizations gathered out of their concern for the consistent misinformation promoted by the US media attacking our sister nation, Venezuela.

From Press Release:

May 22, 2018

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Gray Panthers Tackles Hunger With the 'Why' Conference

Posted: March 20

Rick and Michelle Clemons set a goal to have 100 attendees at the 'Why' Food Justice and Our Right to Food Conference, which took place March 23 - 25 at Kelly Miller Middle School (301 49th St. NE). On Saturday morning, they could look out at a crowd that had exceeded those hopes. 

From East of the River Magazine 2018:

April 2018


Central NE Civic Association Holds Food Justice Conference

Posted: March 27

On March 23 to 25, the Central Northeast Civic Association, in collaboration with Gray Panthers of Metropolitan Washington convened "The Why Conference: Food Justice and Our Right to Food."

From East of the River Newspaper: 

June 2018


Deanwood Residents Seek an Injunction to Stop Relocation of Firehouse

Posted: April 10

On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at 3:00 pm, Deanwood residents from ANC7D03 and neighbors affected by the proposed relocation of the Deanwood Firehouse will have a Temporary Restraining Order hearing in DC Superior Court, Room 4220, 500 Indiana Ave, NW.   Case No. 19CA853

From Press Release:

February 2019

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A contribution from one of our younger Gray Panthers, Daniel Clemmons

Posted: April 24

Creating Unity Within African American Identity America is commonly referred to as The Melting Pot, because of its vast diversity of ethnicities and cultures comprised within its borders. Overlooked, are the contemporary ethnic groups generally labeled within this melting pot.

From Essay:

March 2019

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