Mega Weekend – Supporting BlackLivesMatter, Art, Music & More
Thank you if you are on the front lines helping to rid our city of oppression and violence. If you are unable to participate in the protests but want to help, call on Mayor Ginther to take action and donate to the Columbus Freedom Fund via their paypal.
THINGS TO DO
-Support Black Owned Businesses
-Craftin’ Outlaws has listed black artists and makers in the Midwest to support
-Tune in to Old Guy web series
–Try Afra Grill which just opened on Morse Road
-Easton’s Sunset Series continues
-Tonight, tune in to Wex[EP]: Counterfeit Madison
-The CAPA APART TOGETHER Concerts continue
–Dragon Donuts Reopens opens for National Donut Day
-The Library started their reading challenge online
–What’s streaming in Wexner Center virtual screening rooms this week?
–CHROMA continues online at CCAD
MORE THINGS GOING ON
-The North Market Farmers’ Market starts on Saturday
-Read up on what white people can do for racial justice
-Watch these documentaries to show the urgency for #BlackLivesMatter
-Screen ‘Just Mercy’
-Shop The Pearl Market or place your order for next week
-Order special Pride Month Cookies at Bake Me Happy
-MPACC invites you to Signs Up Bronzeville: Community Activation
-Tune in to another Culture in the Time of Corona
-Get ready for next week’s Big Give
Thank you so much to everyone who has ordered CU merch and supported our campaign. We are so humbled by your support!
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