Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) Celebrates Breaking Ground on Redeveloped Temple Courts

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MEDIA ADVISORY FOR THURSDAY 19 November 2020 For more information contact: Sidra Siddiqui, [email protected], 804-393-0088 Amy Vruno [email protected], 202-744-2302  Washington Interfaith Network (WIN)  Celebrates Breaking Ground on Redeveloped Temple Courts  Visuals/ Sound:  WIN will open at 12 with a livestream of the District’s broadcast where WIN, several former residents and the Mayor will gather together […]

Next Steps After July 2

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Over 750 people joined WIN’s July 2nd Virtual Public Action. Now, it’s time to convert turnout to power. Take action below with WIN: Read “A Budget to Build a Beloved DC: WIN’s FY2021 Budget Agenda” here:https://www.windc-iaf.org/2021budget/ ☑️ Sign up for a Reimagine DC Organizing Session Following our July 2nd action, WIN is holding a series […]

WIN 2013 Action and Results

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WIN 2013 Victories I.  ENDING HOMELESSNESS Homeless Youth There are over 3,000 homeless youth a woefully inadequate amount of beds and services.  WIN – lead by our members Sasha Bruce, Covenant House, and the Latin American Youth Center is engaging a team of homeless and formerly homeless youth, service providers, congregation based allies, and working […]

WIN Leader Gives Testimony to DC Council on Conditions at DC General

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On July 10th, WIN leader Anne Ford gave testimony to the DC Council on the need to hold those responsible for the shelter conditions accountable. Councilmembers Graham, Wells, Barry, Bonds, Alexander, and Grosso were present. This is one of several testimonies on DC General from WIN leaders presented to city council. Read Anne’s testimony: Testimony […]

WIN Leaders Organize for Local Hiring Plan in Pepco Undergrounding Legislation

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“Raising DC utility bills should mean raising employment for DC residents.                   Before DC puts residents on the hook for $1 Billion project, we demand a jobs plan from Pepco” On Monday, December 16th, Council Committees marked up legislation that would enable Pepco, a private company, to place powerlines underground.  The project, worth nearly $1 […]