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Mutual Aid Keeps Fighting Inequities Illuminated by COVID

By this time this article goes to press, it will have been more than six months since Ward 6 Mutual Aid (W6MA) performed its...

Fencing Comes Down Thursday in Lincoln Park

The Mary McLeod Bethune and 'Emancipation' Monuments are no longer behind bars. The National Park Service (NPS) began removing the fencing surrounding the two statues...

From Pandemic to Protest

Tori Collins is a native Chicagoan who lives and works in DC. Currently an unpublished writer, she hopes to self-publish her work in the...

Police Funding Again on ANC 6A Agenda Thursday

Community members will have an opportunity to discuss support for police funding at the September 10th meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A. Residents...

Keep Each Other Safe: Donate Masks

As we all work to keep one another safe by wearing our masks, there are still many in need of supplies. Ward 6 Mutual Aid...

The Deepening Digital Divide

As a working parent and candidate for Ward 8 State Board of Education, LaJoy Law (lajoylaw2020.com) is dependent on the Internet. To stay connected...

March on Washington Begins 7 a.m. Friday

The “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks” March on Washington event takes place Friday, August 28 beginning at 7 a.m. at the Lincoln Memorial,...

DC’s Black and Brown Students Face Perilous School Year

Our country is confronting dual cataclysms: one the global pandemic now afflicting millions and one a long-overdue reckoning of the centuries-old scourge of racism....

Lincoln Park Fencing Stays Put Into September

The 'Emancipation Memorial' and the statue to Mary McLeod Bethune will remain enclosed for at least another month and a half, representatives from the...

Conservatives Rally to Keep Statue in Lincoln Park

A conservative group held a rally in Lincoln Park Tuesday, July 14 in support of the preservation of the Emancipation Memorial. Urban CURE (Center...
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