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Building peace through empathy, one neighborhood at a time.  

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A coalition of thoughtful peacemakers in Washington, DC

Welcome to The Anti-Racism Coalition of Washington, DC, a grassroots coalition of DC residents from various neighborhoods and racial/cultural backgrounds concentrating on our inner-work,  increasing empathy amongst one another, and creating lasting bonds with our neighbors city-wide.

Interested in more personal work?
Check out our upcoming events below
or go to our "Upcoming Events" page.
Should I take the vaccine?
Q & A/info session with Dr. Ian Simon
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7-8pm
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Are you wondering if the COVID-19 vaccine is a good idea for you? Hoping to learn more information about the vaccine from a professional? Wanting to hear what it's like from someone who's taken the vaccine?

Join the Anti-Racism Coalition of Washington, DC for an important discussion about COVID-19 vaccination facts and fears, with presentations and Q&A DC neighborhood commissioner and virologist, Dr. Ian Simon will lead an interactive discussion about COVID-19 vaccine facts and fears. 

Send your questions ahead of time here. Click here to register for this event.

We are looking for
thoughtful, thought-provoking bloggers
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Do you have a positive solution to the issues around race in your neighborhood, community or city? Do you have an idea related to policy changes that could positively impact Washington, DC residents? 


Submit your idea via email


Submissions should be no more than 1,000 words, relevant to our antiracist work (related to any of the four pillars), pose both an issue and solution related to our antiracist work (related to the four pillars), or related to a positive event that occurred in our city that showcases the culture of marginalized people in Washington, DC. All submissions are subject to editing; not all submissions will be published.