Washington Revels stands for community, for bringing people together, for celebrating the traditions that connect us and make us whole. When a member of our community is in anguish, we support them, we listen deeply, and we do our best to help. Because a community cannot itself be whole while any one of its members is oppressed and grieving. To our community members, friends, and neighbors of color who are in anguish now, Washington Revels stands with you. Please read our full statement here

Blog Profile Series

Our Women’s History Month blog series profiling the amazing female leaders of Washington Revels continues beyond March and into the weeks ahead. Visit the Revels Blog to meet the Revelers we’ve profiled so far!

Juneteenth Celebration

On June 19, the Washington Revels Jubilee Voices will partner with the Alexandria Black History Museum to present Our People: A Juneteenth Story, a virtual production honoring local African American history and the experiences of the members of Jubilee Voices.

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