“Collective trauma requires communal healing.”


1722 14th Street, NW

From The Outrage:

“After a year of challenges that at times have felt insurmountable, The Outrage — a hub for activism located on 14th Street — will reopen the doors to their community space on July 4th, unveiling the COVID-19 Memorial Project, an art gallery and event series that will memorialize the DC area lives lost to COVID-19.

The Project seeks to support communities most affected by COVID-19 including families who have lost loved ones and restaurants, artists and musicians who have been deeply impacted by COVID-19 closures.

Learn more about the project here where you can nominate a family and support fundraising efforts for the project through a purchase of COVID-19 memorial pins.”

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