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Please join WNDC members and guests to welcome Congressman John Conyers Jr (D-MI), one of the 13 Founding members of the Congressional Black Caucus and second most senior member of the House.
Please join WNDC’s Arts Committee for the Spring Art Reception, featuring artist Suzanne Goldberg and artist Sandra Warren Gobar.
Image Left: 'SWIRLING ROCKS, PORQUEROLLES' by Artist Suzanne Goldberg. Image Right: 'WHITE TREE' by Artist Sandra Warren Gobar.
Join WNDC members and guests as we meet the candidates, ask questions and hear about their plans.
Join us as we welcome David L. Roll, author of The Hopkins Touch: Harry Hopkins and the Forging of the Alliance to Defeat Hitler.
WNDC and AAFSW, Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide, cordially invite you to participate in the Sixth Annual National Women’s History Month joint panel discussion in the Benjamin Franklin Diplomatic Room at the U.S. Department of State.
Join us as we welcome Tim Carpenter, Founder and Director of Progressive Democrats of America for an informative discussion on "Building the Progressive Movement inside and outside the Democratic Party"
Join us as we welcome Vali Nasr, a Middle East scholar, foreign policy adviser and commentator on international relations whose most recent book, The Dispensable Nation:American Foreign Policy in Retreat, deals with the implications of Obama administration’s foreign policy on American strategic interests.
Please join WNDC and guests as we hear dynamic leader Mary Kay Henry speak about the union's plans.
Join us for a panel discussion on the Strategic Importance of Ethiopia in Africa. Ethiopian tasting, coffee, wine and beer will be served.
Join us as we welcome Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, author of No Fear: A Whisleblowers Triumph Over Corruption and Retaliation at the EPA.
Join WNDC members and guests as we welcome member Ruth Lubic to speak about her work as Founder of the Developing Families Center. An innovative, collaborative service including the Family Health, Birth Center and Early Childhood Development services in Washington, D.C.
Join us as we welcome Fred Stahl, Author of Worker Leadership: America's Secret Weapon in the Battle for Industrial Competitiveness.
Please join WNDC members and guests to welcome Assistant Secretary of State Anne C. Richard, for a informative talk on “Humanitarian Assistance and the Syria Crisis”.
Join WNDC members and guest as we welcome independent writer, M.J. (Mike) O'Brien. His interest in the civil rights era was sparked as a Catholic seminarian during the late 1960s and further deepened as he studied the nonviolent philosophies of Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dorothy Day.