Artist/Vendor Jeffery McNeil shares opinions on why both parties should support voter identification requirements.
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Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in the District can continue meeting virtually through January of next year, thanks to D.C. Council action last week. The hyper-local elected bodies have stayed active, helping District communities through the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to video conference tools and mobile apps.
Caston won an unprecedented election on Tuesday, June 15 for a seat on a Ward 7 Advisory Neighborhood Commission, besting four other candidates who are also incarcerated in the jail.
Photographer Joseph Young provides a photo essay capturing portraits of Trump supporters on the National Mall during the March to Save America rally on January 6, 2021.
The atmosphere regarding bipartisan cooperation—especially regarding human needs issues such as homelessness and housing—has changed significantly, particularly in the House, where districts are often packed with one party’s voters or the other.
The insurrection at the US Capitol on Jan. 6 revealed white fear that has been prevalent in society for centuries, it is time to find humanity in America
With the newly democratically controlled Senate, Democrats and the mainstream media must push back against the GOP and work to implement policies that benefit all Americans
Many people are asking that question. It raises concerns both about the safety of American citizens and restoration of the rule of law.
DC residents who have experienced homelessness share their views of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
We are, as a nation, increasingly divided. I do not think it is overstating our current state of affairs to say that our democracy is at stake
McPherson Square, a federal park with a large population of people experiencing homelessness, was cleared ahead of the riot and insurrection in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Artist and vendor Aida Peery celebrates Donald Trump’s loss.
Christina Henderson gives her plans for housing and homelessness as the next at-large D.C. councilmember.
Ayub Abdul shares the importance of voting to our country.
Jeff Taylor reflects on the lasting impacts of the presidential election.
Jeffrey McNeil gives his perspective on the election and the consequences that could arise from it.
Aida Peery encourages everyone to vote and reminds readers of the sacrifices it took to get here.
Artist/Vendor Jeff Taylor warns that all ballots must be counted.
Queenie Featherstone shares her thoughts on the upcoming election.
Wendell Williams on why Biden’s statements on racial justice haven’t earned his vote.