San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
A picture speaks a thousand words—especially when it is the only mode of communication you share with another person. Please join Many Languages, One Voice (MLOV) for a private viewing the evening of Thursday, November 29th featuring powerful photographs taken by DC’s English Language Learner (ELL) high school students. This event will showcase work that captures local students' experiences as immigrants, ELLs, and young urban organizers. You'll not only get a chance to view the stills before they debut to the general public, but also meet the young artists who participate in MLOV's youth education organizing body, the Student Multiethnic Action Research Team (SMART). Come early and join us for an exclusive happy hour at RedRocks Pizzeria.
When & Where
Many Languages One Voice
Many Languages One Voice’s mission is to foster leadership and provide tools for greater civic participation of immigrants in DC who do not speak English as a primary language in solutions that impact their lives.
MLOV works with a combined approach of advocacy and direct community organizing. We advocate by administering the DC Language Access Coalition, which strives for greater language access in the implementation of public benefits, services and programs. We organize, building community power and civic participation through our Education Justice campaign, led by the SMART (Student Multiethnic Action Research Team) and our Worker Justice campaign, led by the Comite de Trabajadores (aka Comite de Apoyo Laboral y Poder Obrero).