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Collaborative Mayoral Candidates Forum


r.e.e.l. is co-sponsoring the Collaborative Mayoral Candidate Forum on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 to be held at Eastern High School (1700 East Capitol Street NE) from 6:00 - 8:30PM...Please come to this free event to hear the Mayoral candidates present their stance, platform, and vision for the District of Columbia!

Mayoral Candidate Survey

The District of Columbia (D.C.) will be holding a mayoral Democratic primary on April 1, 2014, where voters will have the chance to choose the Democratic nominee for the D.C. Mayoral General Election on November 4, 2014. River East Emerging Leaders (r.e.e.l.) asked all eight Democratic candidates to answer a series of questions that many of our members and neighbors have asked us to inquire about, and is aimed to inform voters about the candidate's stance on East of the River issues. Six of the those candidates responded, Councilmember Muriel Bowser, Councilmember Jack Evans, Mayor Vincent Gray, Reta Jo Lewis, Andy Shallal, and Councilmember Tommy Wells and r.e.e.l. has provided their responses.
Note: This is not an endorsement of any candidate. Candidates are listed alphabetically.

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R.E.E.L. Member Spotlight

R.E.E.L. is an organization made up of some amazing people. Each month we're going to choose one R.E.E.L. member and shine the spotlight on the work they're doing to empower our community. This time around we're featuring Ward 7 resident

Veronica O. Davis
of Black Women Bike DC!

Camp Aims to Expose Young People to STEM Careers

WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 5, 2013)—With America facing a growing shortage of minorities and women entering science, technology, math and engineering (STEM) careers, a locally-based summer camp is out to change the disturbing trend by exposing more young people to STEM fields. Twenty incoming seventh, eighth and ninth graders will see these careers up close during the East of the River Career Exposure Camp August 5-10, 2013 at the Southeast White House in Washington, D.C.

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