Weekly Wrap 1.20.17: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week | Sojourners

Weekly Wrap 1.20.17: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

1. TODAY in the D.C. Metro Area: Nonviolence and Active Bystander Intervention Training
If you’re in town, churches and other facilities across the Washington, D.C., metro area are offering FREE trainings this afternoon and spots are still available. Sign up at the link!

2. A Christian Packing List for the Women’s March on Washington
“… when we march, when we work, when we write and call, we have a uniform, we have the gear we need.”

3. Where Women’s Marches Are Happening Around the World
While an estimated 200,000 people could descend on Washington, D.C., for the Women’s March on Washington, sister marches are happening throughout the country — and the world. This map illustrates the magnitude of the movement.

4. WATCH: Art, Healing, and Resistance with The Sanctuaries
Thursday evening, Sojourners held a live Facebook show with local DC art and music collective The Sanctuaries from our Capitol Hill office. Check out the broadcast here.

5. This Is Why I’m Marching
Are you marching in D.C., in a sister march, virtually, or planning any other activity to stand in solidarity? Tell us your story, and we may feature it at Sojourners.

6. What Can You Do in the First 100 Hours of a New Administration to Benefit the Planet?
Here are some positive things you can do this — or any! — weekend.

7. Virtual March Helps People with Disabilities Join the Women’s March on Washington
“The Disability March organizers invite people living with disabilities to submit their names, photos and a statement on why they want to "march." The images and text will be uploaded to the website in time for the Women's March on Jan. 21, creating a virtual archive of people showing solidarity with the main event in Washington, D.C.”

8. Break Some Bread, Y’all.
100 Days, 100 Dinners is a movement to coordinate one dinner every night from Jan. 20 to April 29. The concept? “For millennia, sharing a meal has stood as one of the few things that all of us—whoever we are and wherever we come from—have in common. In the wake of this divisive election, we're hungrier than ever for spaces to break bread, be heard, and build bridges across lines of difference.”

9. calm.com
Sojourners doesn’t typically endorse products or apps, but if you need a breather — even a virtual one — check it out.

10. Want to Get Involved? Be a Sojourners Intern
Sojourners is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 internship year. Put your faith into action.

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