Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), founded in 1996, is a broad-based, multi-racial, multi-faith, strictly non-partisan, District-wide citizens’ power organization, rooted in local congregations and associations. WIN is committed to training and developing neighborhood leaders, to addressing community issues, and to holding elected and corporate officials accountable in Washington, DC.
Over 50 Ward 7 congregants and residents gathered virtually to build and act upon a just agenda together that speaks to the interests of Ward 7 communities, including safety, housing, jobs, health, and more.
July 2nd Virtual Public Action
Over 850 people tuned into our July 2nd Action to build power behind our FY2021 budget demands and commit to organizing in the months and year ahead.
WIN Freedom School Fridays
WIN Freedom School Fridays are a weekly inquiry that looks to the past to imagine what is possible post-COVID-19. We seek to draw on lessons from histories of crisis (the good, the bad, and the ugly) to imagine how we can emerge from the pandemic with a more just and equitable city.
Rev. William H. Lamar IV speaks about WIN’s demands to redirect $100 million of MPD funding to invest in violence prevention programs and mental health and domestic violence teams to respond to crisis, instead of police.
Angela Wilson-Turnbull, WIN Strategy Team member and leader at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, was one of several WIN leaders to speak at a press conference announcing WIN’s intent to build power and attack the roots of systemic racism in D.C.
Angela Wilson-Turnbull, WIN Strategy Team member and leader at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, spoke at a virtual gathering with Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory about WIN’s organizing to bring about DC Water’s local hiring and green infrastructure job training program.