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Black Lives in the Classroom

Cornerstone School Principal and Executive Director Derrick Max remembers watching video of the murder of George Floyd. Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police May...

CHRS Historic Sites Walking Tour

Your neighbors at the Capitol Hill Restoration Society hope you enjoyed the Whimsy of Capitol Hill Scavenger Hunt, still posted at chrs.org/scavenger-hunt-2020/.  If you’re...

Eisenhower Memorial Dedication Postponed

In consideration of public health, the Eisenhower Memorial dedication ceremony and associated events, originally scheduled on VE-Day in May, have been postponed until Thursday, Sept....

Women of Ward 6

May’s Woman of Ward 6 is Emily Edson Briggs, who won renown by writing a colorfully irreverent newspaper column in the mid to late...

Spontaneous Performance at the American Indian Museum

Most weekdays at 1 p.m., enjoy tribal songs from Alaska to Florida with Dennis Zotigh (Kiowa, Santee Dakota and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo) in the...

Frederick Douglas Annual Oratorical Contest

Every year, the National Park Service hosts an oratorical contest in the auditorium at the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site. All students in grades...
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