January 11, 2017
Ground Zero and Women’s Action for New Directing are organizing a book talk for the author of “African Americans Against the Bomb next Weds (Jan 11) at the Global Zero office in DC on 14th and Florida. The book looks at the historic intersection of civil rights and anti-nuclear movement, which is becoming more relevant now. RSVP on the Facebook event “African Americans Against the Bomb: A Book Discussion” or on the event page.
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January 12, 2017
The Grad Student Council hosts this happy hour for incoming, current, and former graduate students to get a chance to meet one another and have a few drinks together before the beginning of the new semester. Drinks throughout the night are at an All Day Happy Hour price and there will be Karaoke later in the evening for those brave enough. Come on down and join us in Tenleytown for some lightheartedness, liquids, and laughs.
January 14, 2017
In the lead up to the counter-inaugural protests on January 20th, the Black Student Alliance and other AU student groups have organized large-scale nonviolent resistance trainings this weekend on campus with multiple teams of world class trainers arriving from Greenpeace and the civil rights movements. The goal is to prevent bloodshed at the Inauguration, foster nonviolent discipline, and forge coherent strategies. We have Kay Spiritual Center reserved, which can accommodate 300 people and then several large rooms booked in the Mary Graydon Center as well.
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