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RSVP: There is a Field, May 3rd @Georgetown!
TICKETS ARE BY DONATION: PLEASE RSVP HERE FOR YOUR TICKET & DONATE IF YOU CAN! Let's get more people free! Donate here: www.youcaring.com/4DMVBlackMamasBailout

“There Is A Field,” written by Jen Marlowe, tells the story of a 17-year old Palestinian boy (and a friend of Jen’s), Aseel Asleh, who was killed by Israeli police. Through Nardeen’s struggle to cope with the murder of her brother, the play offers an intimate view into the daily racism and violence faced by Palestinian citizens of Israel, and contributes to the vital conversation around the systematic devaluation of Black and Brown lives in the United States. With the solidarities and political convictions the play inspires, we’ll plug people in to social justice campaigns in DC to put an end to the injustices the play exposes.

For more details on the production and projects that it supports, please see the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1761011933958178/

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Donate whatever you can, whether it's $2 or $200, right here: www.youcaring.com/4DMVBlackMamasBailout Funds make this project possible, and all proceeds will benefit the DMV Black mamas bailout, a growing project that includes a spring bailout, a mama's empowerment and job skills theater fellowship, and a partnership with Voices Unbarred. Here's a reminder of what you're funding: 1. Engaging local DC communities in Palestine solidarity through an intersectional, anti-racist lens. 2. Creating a space for young organizers of color to engage with the Palestinian struggle as participants in the reading. 3. Supporting local Black artists. 4. Fundraising for the DMV Black mamas bailout project. 5. Mobilizing community support and sign ups for local Palestinian solidarity efforts, starting with the Deadly Exchange campaign.
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JVP DC’s Occupation Free DC campaign aims to end MPD participation in US-Israeli “counter terrorism” police exchanges. We embark on this campaign to challenge the everyday violence that black and brown people in the US, and that Palestinians face in their homeland at the hands of police and military forces. Support safety for all in DC: end the #DeadlyExchange. For campaign updates, sign up here: OccupationFreeDC.org
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