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“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...

Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence Saturday at St. Mark’s

The Gun Violence Prevention Committee at St. Mark’s Capitol Hill invites you to join a vigil for the victims of the mass shootings in...

Honor Juneteenth at African American History Museum

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American and History and Culture(NMAAHC, 1400 Constitution Ave. NW) will host a variety of virtual and in-person events...

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...

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...

Little Fearless Statues

They made her feel welcome, invited, known. And Laura Lyster-Mensh was finding the little bronze statues everywhere. “These are fierce little statues. They look cute...

Commissioners Support Zero Tolerance for Racism in ANC

Chair Amber Gove (6A04) convened the December 9, 2020 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A via WebEx with Commissioners Marie-Claire Brown (6A01), Commissioners...

Opinion: Invest in Public Safety, Not Policing

Over the weekend of Nov. 6 and 7, three more neighborhoods in Ward-6 were impacted by the public health epidemic of gun violence. By...

Two Very Different Events Around Lincoln Statue Friday

Two very different events took place Friday, July 3 in Lincoln Park, one a teach-in hosted by a Frederick Douglass reenactor and historians, another...
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