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Open Capitol Grounds Symbolize Our Open Democracy

My small bike wobbles on the grey cobblestones as I battle to keep it upright. I desperately want to look behind me, to check...

The Life’s Work of Craig Wallace

“I could not read , I could not understand it, but I wanted to. And now I can and now I do. I’m very...

Call for Stories About ‘an Unfenced Capitol’

United States Capitol Police (USCP) Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman has requested a permanent fence around the United States Capitol. In the wake of that...

Teens Prioritize Self-Care During Pandemic

Seated in their bedrooms scattered throughout the city, three different District teens took a deep breath, unlocked their phones---and deleted their social media accounts. We...

Teens Strengthen Bonds with Families During Pandemic

Every morning, Luis Wallace gets up and hugs his mom. Wallace is 15, an age when he might be expected to prioritize other aspects...

Learning Gains for DC Teens During the Pandemic

Zoe Cymrot has been waking up at 6 a.m. since March of last year. Every morning, the 13-year-old takes Montana, a one-year-old yellow lab,...

The Life’s Work of Dr. Jennifer Cartland

For our January episode of My Life’s Work podcast, Nathaniel Liu and I talked to Dr. Jennifer Cartland, a lifelong educator. Although she grew...

The Life’s Work of KK Ottesen

For our December episode of My Life's Work Podcast, we interviewed KK Ottesen, who found power and meaning in storytelling early in life and...

The Life’s Work of David Stute

For the first episode of our podcast My Life’s Work, Nathaniel Liu and I talked to David Stute, whose career path veered in an...

My Life’s Work Podcast

At some point in their childhood, every kid is asked the same question: what do you want to be when you grow up? Amid...
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