“The ACLU of the District of Columbia partnered with Law 4 Black Lives DC and Black Lives Matter DC to create a guide to help protestors prepare for demonstrations around inauguration weekend. They are also recommending people download a mobile justice app to record any questionable conduct by law enforcement.
From DCMJ (“fighting for equal rights for cannabis users, growers, and their families in the District of Columbia”):
“You are cordially invited to join DCMJ for the inaugural #Trump420 taking place on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC!
We will gather on the west side of Dupont Circle at 8am for coffee & tea and parade down to the National Mall at 10am. Along the way we’ll hand out 4,200 joints of legally grown cannabis! At 4 minutes and 20 seconds into President Trump’s speech we’ll light up! (unless President Trump comes out now in support of full cannabis legalization in all 50 States and DC!) (more…)
“Providing the space required for the Presidential inauguration, while also accommodating the free speech rights of protesters and supporters, is a longstanding responsibility for the National Park Service. The National Park Service continues to work with the Gathering for Justice (also commonly referred to as the Women’s March on Washington) and has identified locations where the group can hold its event on January 21. The National Park Service has not denied their permit to use the Lincoln Memorial and will continue to work with all of those who have permit requests pending for that space on January 21. (more…)
So many of us are hungering to understand what happens now in the wake of Trump’s election — what does it mean and how are our lives going to change?
It was out of this confusion and fear that WTF Now? was born.
Over a period of weeks, moderator Todd Kliman and a wide array of distinguished thinkers will try to contextualize the Trump phenomenon in American and world history, and to examine the social, cultural, economic, philosophical, political, ethical, moral, and linguistic ramifications and implications of a Trump presidency.
The conversation will take place in a performance space called Third Floor, in DC’s Petworth neighborhood, and will feature three or four panelists each week in a format that mixes the town halls of today with the salons of yore. The talk will be loose, lively, exploratory.
The first WTF Now will take place on December 12th at 7 p.m, with: (more…)