What are your stories, Ward 7? Tell D.C. Story Circle Project.
Ward 7 Story Circle Survey! https://t.co/gqURKhs9i8— D.C. Story Circle Project (@dcstorycircle) November 8, 2018
Stories help us articulate who we are and who we want to be. Post-election is a great time to connect across differences and share stories that can help bring communities together. #Ward7 we are coming for you on 12/1! Help us pick a story circle theme by completing our survey! https://t.co/z8j2N4hUHR— D.C. Story Circle Project (@dcstorycircle) November 8, 2018
With all that is happening in Ward 7, the timing is perfect for a Ward 7 story circle! We would suggest, of course, that the connection of the community to Anacostia River and Anacostia Park are essential. Both the park and the river have played an important role to previous generations as they do to future ones. Enjoying the green, open space and fishing were common. But there are also bad memories, such as the fire at the dump in Kenilworth Park that took the life of Kelvin Mock. And in between are other stories. 10 Anacostia Corridor Vignettes for Black History Month shares several.
What are your stories?