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International Gator Day 2017

  • St. Stephen & the Incarnation Espiscopal Church 1525 Newton St NW Washington, DC, 200010 USA (map)

Join us for an uncommon community cleanup on Saturday, May 20th for International Gator Day 2017 with Words, Beats, & Life's Our Block Community Service Project. We will be painting over tags and graffiti, scraping stickers, helping them to construct a new graffiti practice wall and more. #ForTheGatorGood

Please click here to RSVP. 

Wear comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty and work gloves if you have them (they will be providing latex/nitrile gloves). 

You can reach St. Stephen's via the Green/Yellow line at the Columbia Heights Metro station or by the following buses:

  • 14th Street bus: 52, 53, 54, exit at Newton St NW

  • 16th Street bus: S1, S2, S4, exit at Newton

We look forward to seeing you on May 20th!

About Words, Beats & Life

Words, Beats, & Life began as a conference at the University of Maryland in the fall of 2000. In 2003, WBL was incorporated as a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status in the District of Columbia. The founders have worked to create a vehicle to transform individual lives and whole communities through Hip-Hop culture. Projects like Our Block Community Service embody their mission to be unapologetic advocates for the transformative power of hip-hop culture in all its forms, empowering artists to relentlessly create and refine systems that demonstrate positive change through individual and collective brilliance. 

To read more about Words, Beats, & Life check out their website here.

Earlier Event: May 6
SEC in DC Tent on University Row
Later Event: August 10
Welcome to the Gatorhood!