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A World of Friends

Starting a new school year is very exciting. But it can also be a little scary. Happily, Ava remembers what her parents taught her:...

“Damn Fool Lines”

Remember those World War II movies where the gung-ho unit was made up of one soldier of every color, religion and ethnic group, each...

Running of the Chihuahuas May 15 at The Wharf

UPDATE: Due to rain, the Running of the Chiuahuas has been postponed to Sunday, May 15. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on the run at The...

A Woman Who Helped Pave the Way

A Thorn in Her Heart With a Black woman now slated to sit on the Supreme Court, children today may have trouble grasping the extent...

Redistricting Task Force Debates Role of River in Ward 7 Unity

The discussion at the third listening session held by the Ward 7 Redistricting Task Force was principally around unity, and ironically, it grew to...

Race And Redistricting

Every 10 years, the DC Council redraws the boundaries of the city’s eight wards in the wake of the US Census. This is a...

Could There Be COVID Outbreaks in Unvaccinated Communities?

Taking a walk along the commercial streets of the District, it certainly looks like the pandemic is behind us. People stroll past diners on...

Community Conversation with Returning Citizens April 20

Please join Neighbors for Justice and Capitol Hill Village next Tue, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. for a Community Conversation with Returning Citizens. This is...

Remember the Pearl

On April 15, 1848, 77 enslaved people together climbed aboard the Pearl, a schooner docked in Southwest DC, hoping to sail to freedom. Theirs was...

Multiple District Protests Planned July 4th

Multiple protests are scheduled to take place in downtown DC, even as the White House moves forward with July 4th celebrations and fireworks. ABC News...
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