“We can be the government that ends homelessness,” said one councilmember.
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Clarence Williams, a Street Sense vendor and homeless advocate, speaks on his frustrations with accessing public restrooms in Washington, D.C.
Laticia Brock shares a poem about police harassment.
Approximately 15 representatives from the People For Fairness Coalition canvassed the Wilson Building on Dec. 21, seeking more funding and stronger legal protections to address… Read more »
A lawsuit against several real estate companies claims discrimination against tenants with housing vouchers.
For the last four years, a small group of community activists has pushed for access to public restrooms in downtown Washington, D.C. They managed to influence the introduction of legislation to pursue this goal, but are worried it will not receive a vote.
The type of service you get in a D.C. restaurant might depend on what you look like.
An aspiring food service worker faces age discrimination when seeking opportunities.
A civil rights organization is suing a district landlord for allegedly posting a rental ad on Craigslist for an apartment in Southeast Washington that warned… Read more »