“Dear PoPville,

Wondering if you or your readers have insight as to where I might pick up a BLM yard sign today. I was unsuccessful at the google. Heading out of town tomorrow morning and would love to bring the sign to my destination.”

Also another reader passes on “A Call to Action: Showing Solidarity with the Global Response against Racial Injustice

In response to the murder of George Floyd on May 25, millions of people around the country plan to commemorate JUNETEENTH (JUNE 19) to show solidarity and support to the African American community.

In agencies across the federal government, employees are exposing the disconnect between the agency’s stated commitment to diversity and inclusion and the daily employee experience. In solidarity with these employees, we must stand up for ourselves and for each other by building a workforce that reflects our nation’s diversity and leverages the creativity of diverse, talented groups to advance America’s foreign policy priorities.

If you plan to take leave on Juneteenth and want to be in solidarity, please consider including the below message as your out of office message: Read More


Thanks to BJ for sending:

The 2020 DC Juneteenth Front Yard Festival for Justice!

What: DC-wide Juneteenth Celebration – Memorial for George Floyd – Community Cookout (separate but together)
Where: YOUR own front yard/porch/balcony/Sidewalk etc
When: Friday, June 19th from 6-10pm

It’s a little tricky to explain, but basically we want EVERYONE to celebrate Juneteenth, but because of COVID, we want people to celebrate from their own Front Porches/Yards/Balconies/Sidewalks. Thinking of it as an event that is Together-Apart.

I know that our block (Illinois/Taylor and the surrounding ones) are keen to all cookout in our front yards and walk around on the sidewalks and visit etc.. but we have a lot of elderly and immuno-compromised folks in our area and a block party with everyone mixing together would be unsafe. Read More


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Here’s a list of protests & other events happening in DC, MD, & VA this weekend. You can click the link in my bio to find more info on these events & other #DMV specific resources. Please comment or DM me other events/resources. Feel free to share & please continue to practice safety precautions with COVID19!! I highly recommend getting tested for coronavirus if you are participating in any of these events. Hmu if you need help finding info. • • • Artist for sign: @vividlimbo #blacklivesmatter #blacklivesmatterdc #dcprotest #dcprotests #baltimoreprotest #dcmarch #peacefulprotest #rvaprotest #blm #blm757 #sayhername #sayhisname #defundthepolice #novaprotest #nojusticenopeace #dmvprotest #washingtondc #washingtondcprotest @dc_protests_ @freedomfightersdc @blacklivesmatterdc @dcteensaction @superdupersalina @washingtonianmag @thedmvdaily

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Thanks to spax for compiling and sharing this great list of resources including this weekend’s planned marches and protests.

From MPD:

“On Saturday, June 13, 2020 and Sunday, June 14, 2020, multiple First Amendment demonstrations are scheduled to occur in the District of Columbia. In conjunction with these events, there will be street closures and restrictions that motorists should take into consideration:

The following streets will be posted as Emergency No Parking for the demonstrations beginning on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 6:00 am and extending through Sunday, June 14, 2020 to 11:59 pm: Read More


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