The DC Living Heritage Network is an active community of cultural advocates that believes in inclusion, collaboration, and capacity building for organizations and individuals supporting the humanities, heritage, and preservation.
The Network meets each Tuesday for their “Innovation Lab Incubator Meetings” and also offer monthly meetings, rotating its agenda between best practices and lessons learned by current and former grantees.
May 25 with Rev. Dr. Sandra Butler-Truesdale, a DC historian who worked for Ray Charles and James Brown as a music historian. She is the founder and chairperson of DC Legendary Musicians, Inc. and is also active as the lead minister of the Ministries, Inc. and a member of the Howard Theatre board.