12:00pm - 5:00pm
Free, donations appreciated, RSVP here
The 9/11 Unity Walk, see program, brings together people of all ages, backgrounds and faiths to learn to respect each other through a framework of experiential education, compassionate leadership and intentional service. 9/11 Unity Walk seeks to create a world where we are united, rather than divided, by our many faiths. This year's theme "Service for Peace" in light of International Day of Peace which happens to also fall on Sunday, September 21st, 9/11 Unity Walk is partnering up with The White House President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge and LDS Day to Serve in Service for Peace, bringing young people from all different faiths across the country to experience this the Unity Walk in service to others!
Washington Hebrew Congregation
3935 Macomb St NW
Walking Tour "Adams Morgan: Displacement and Resistance from the Time of the Native Americans through to Today"
Free, RSVP to ensure your spot
see description above
Nuria Rodríguez, Curator and Director of UNIT will discuss the process of creating augmented reality for the exhibition. Afterwards, head up to the Terrace Gallery with graphic designers Pep Carrió and Isidro Ferrer where they will discuss selected works from the exhibition. Read more about the exhibit here.
1101 Wilson Blvd - Arlington, VA
Curator & Artist Talk: THINK WITH YOUR HANDS
4:30pm - 5:30pm
BloomBars hosts an free, family-friendly afternoon with award-winning storyteller Marjuan Canady, illustrator and animator Nabeeh Bilal and musicians IhsAn and Pan Lara. Click link above to read more about the artists.
3222 11th St NW
Metro: Columbia Heights, walk north on 14th one block to Kenyon, turn right and walk over to 11th and turn left, right next door to Wonderland.