Sat, November 26, 2022 | 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST
Eaton DC 1201 K Street Northwest | Washington, DC 20005
Join DJ Rich and a sea of women for a special holiday event. If you missed the last party, you know you don't want to miss this one. It will sell out. So, get your tickets now! There will be no tickets sold at the door. You must get them in advance. NOTE: Tix for outside table seating are in addition to admission cost for the event.
Sun, May 29, 2022 | 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
Eaton DC - 2nd Floor/Beverly Snow Room | 1201 K Street Northwest | Washington, DC 20005
It's time to come out, reconnect, and go... DEEP DEEP INSIDE. Join us for Women in the Life Association's first event in several years, and wear comfortable shoes. As a special treat, we are bringing Barbara Tucker back to perform her hits, "I Get Lifted" and "Beautiful People" also known as "Deep Deep Inside." Get your tickets now. Masks are encouraged.
Sunday, May 24, 2020 8pm-midnight
This Memorial Day weekend, DC Black Pride is going virtual. So, Women in the Life is joining Blacks In Space (An entire Black Pride experience by Makers Lab) to virtually bring back the original Women in the Life Open Mic poets/performers Karma Mayet, R. Erica Doyle, J. Scales, Venus Thrash and Michaela Harrison for the first time in 26 years!!!! Then we’re having an After Party featuring DJ Rich. His spinning will take you back to Hung Jury, Hill Haven, Capital Ballroom, Blue Penguin, the Zei Club, Amazon, Jenny's, Aqua, G&G Italian Villa, and Diversite while you're in your living room! Your support of this event will help us fund a documentary film about the work of Women in the Life over a 25+ year period. Thanks in advance!
Fri. May 24 8pm - 12am 25th Anniv. WITL POP-UP ARCHIVE GALLERY & OPEN MIC REUNION featuring live concert from DC's amazing, soulful duo BOOMSCAT
Sat. May 25 9pm - WOMEN IN THE LIFE 25TH ANNIVERSARY RESILIENCE REUNION DANCE PARTY featuring AN OCEAN OF WOMXN
All events@DC Black Pride Hotel - Renaissance Hotel - 999 9th St NW - Renaissance Ballroom/Lower Level
To hear Boomscat (performing on Friday)
The Women in the Life's IQ Project workshop was presented at Morgan State's Black Liberation: Life, Death, and Queer ResistanceConference this past weekend. Both the Conference and the IQ Project workshop went deep into the recesses of homophobia, racism, patriarchy and generational bias. The IQ Project featured Samantha Master, Aishah Shahidah Simmons, Kaya Gingras and a host of LGBT scholars/community advocates from Towson University, Howard University, and Morgan State University Women's and Gender Studies Program. The takeaways were priceless. This was the second such workshop and we hope to host many more. #bridgingthegenerationaldivide