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2028 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE

Washington, DC 20020

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Looking for free and fun programs for your teens and tweens on no-school days? The Community Enrichment Project (CEP) would like to invite you to a dynamic day of activities for D.C. youth!

This is event will be co-hosted by Sam P.K. Collins, a local grassroots journalist and educator with multidisciplinary experience as a writer, editor, producer, researcher, and filmmaker. His grassroots news brand AllEyesOnDC serves as part of his effort to shed light on issues that affect people of African descent in the D.C. metropolitan region through community news events, in-depth articles, think pieces, and on-the-ground advocacy. At the Washington Informer, where he currently serves as an education and politics reporter, Brother Sam launched WI Bridge, a publication geared toward Black millennials in the D.C. metropolitan area. Brother Sam, a native Washingtonian of Liberian descent, holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication and a master’s degree in public policy, with a concentration in urban policy, from The George Washington University. There, he founded ACE Magazine, a multicultural campus publication.


Tuesday, November 5, 2019

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Join us for:

-Food

-Fun

-Enriching activities

-Guest Speakers

-Community Service Credit


Space is Limited! RSVP today!

*High school students are also invited to earn volunteer hours. Email us at info@thecepdc.com for more info.




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