Events

17 Dec 2018
Brianne on Your Block - Calabash Tea & Tonic Add to Calendar 2018-12-17 18:30:00 2018-12-17 20:00:00 Brianne on Your Block - Calabash Tea & Tonic Join Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau for her Brianne on Your Block monthly community office hours. This is an opportunity to drop by and discuss concerns, ideas, and feedback with the Councilmember in an informal setting. Calabash Tea & Tonic 1847 7th Street NW Washington, DC 20010 United States Brandon Whiting bwhiting@dccouncil.us 202-724-8031 tfazzini@dccouncil.us America/New_York public
26 Nov 2018
Brianne on Your Block - NuVegan Café Add to Calendar 2018-11-26 18:30:00 2018-11-26 20:00:00 Brianne on Your Block - NuVegan Café Join Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau for her Brianne on Your Block monthly community office hours. This is an opportunity to drop by and discuss concerns, ideas, and feedback with the Councilmember in an informal setting. NuVegan Café 2928 Georgia Avenue NW Washington, DC 20010 United States Brandon Whiting bwhiting@dccouncil.us 202-724-8031 tfazzini@dccouncil.us America/New_York public
25 Oct 2018
Brianne on Your Block - Colony Club Add to Calendar 2018-10-25 08:00:00 2018-10-25 09:30:00 Brianne on Your Block - Colony Club Join Councilmember Nadeau for her Brianne on Your Block monthly office hours. BOYB is an opportunity to discuss issues that matter to you with Ward 1 Councilmember Nadeau in an informal setting. Colony Club 3118 Georgia Avenue NW Washington, DC 20010 United States Brandon Whiting bwhiting@dccouncil.us (202) 724-8031 tfazzini@dccouncil.us America/New_York public
29 Oct 2018
Transforming Safety Forum Add to Calendar 2018-10-29 18:00:00 2018-10-29 20:00:00 Transforming Safety Forum *This will be a non-police event to ensure that all attendees feel welcome*   Spanish translation (traducción español) and ASL interpreters provided. This is a family-friendly event – children welcome.    RSVP on Facebook   Join Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau and community advocates for a crash course on the future of public safety in the District: learn more about being an effective bystander and connect with neighbors and organizations moving the conversation forward on addressing violence.   With the passage of the Neighborhood Engagement Achieves Results (NEAR) Act and the Street Harassment Prevention Act (SHPA), DC has made significant investments in public-health-focused violence prevention and alternatives to policing.    But a paradigm shift in how we create safe and healthy neighborhoods also needs to come from the bottom up. For the past several years, local organizations and informal groups of residents have been pushing the government to do better, and have been changing the dialog around violence intervention, policing, and incarceration.   We invite you to join Councilmember Nadeau and community advocates to discuss the implementation of the NEAR Act and SHPA, and how the DC government and neighbors can both work to drive a sea change in how we approach public safety.       Reeves Center Community Room 2000 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20001 United States David Meni dmeni@dccouncil.us (202) 724-8101 tfazzini@dccouncil.us America/New_York public
18 Oct 2018
Human Services Public Hearing: Youth Exiting with Support Act of 2018 Add to Calendar 2018-10-18 10:00:00 2018-10-18 12:00:00 Human Services Public Hearing: Youth Exiting with Support Act of 2018 The Committee on Human Services will hold a Public Hearing on the following Legislation: B22-954, “Youth Exiting with Support Amendment Act of 2018” As introduced, this bill requires the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) develop a manual for committed juveniles that would provide information on programs and services necessary for transition out of DYRS. DYRS shall also develop an aftercare and transition services mobile electronic application available to youth upon their commitment to DYRS. It requires the Department of Human Services to provide housing in a Supervised Independent Living Placement Facility as well as assistance to youth 18 and older who are victims of commercial sexual exploitation. The Committee invites the public to testify or to submit written testimony. Anyone wishing to testify at the hearing should contact the Committee  via email at humanservices@dccouncil.us or at (202) 724-8170, and provide their name, telephone number, organizational affiliation, and title (if  any), by close of business Tuesdav. October 16. 2018. Representatives of organizations will be allowed a maximum of five minutes for oral  testimony, and individuals will be allowed a maximum of three minutes. Witnesses are encouraged to bring twentv single-sided copies of their written testimony. John A Wilson Building Hearing Room 120 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004 United States humanservices@dccouncil.us (202) 740-8181 tfazzini@dccouncil.us America/New_York public