Last night, it was mentioned to me that bathrooms, or lack thereof, has become a pretty big issue. Where are Don’t Johns when we need them? I imagine this will only grow tomorrow. So thanks to Caitlin Caplinger for sharing with us: “Link to map showing theatres who will #openyourlobby this weekend to protestors for resources/bathrooms/etc.”
If you know of any other resources, especially for bathrooms, please let us know.
A few more resources we’ve received:
FYI for DC folks: the @FCNL Quaker Welcome Center (245 2nd Street NE, across from Hart… enter through the pergola on the right) will be open Saturday/Sunday from 12-6 for bathrooms, phone charging, water, & a place to rest. It’s going to be hot! @PoPville pic.twitter.com/tvEPpCMvRY
— Ashley Wilson (@APdubs) June 5, 2020
Update for June 5, 2020:
Hospitality (Outdoor tent with water and snacks) from 5-11PM.
Restrooms will be available – please wait in line outside and people will be invited in 2 at a time to use our restrooms to maintain social distance. Masks must be worn inside. pic.twitter.com/3UVktBsjxQ
— Luther Place (@LutherPlace) June 5, 2020
— Emma Quilligan (@EQuilligan) June 5, 2020
The @woollymammothtc is opening as a hotspot for protesters today, tomorrow, and Sunday. PLEASE LET OTHER PROTESTERS KNOW!
Resting stations pic.twitter.com/hzjK1WBRxC
— Steph Black (@StephReflects) June 5, 2020
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