Artist/Vendor Ayub Abdul shares opinions on why the community and police need to collaborate to help right social justice and meet local needs.
Content categorized as Political commentary
Artist/Vendor Jeffery McNeil provides views on Critical Race Theory.
Artist/Vendor Pierre Johnson offers some candid opinions on the state of the U.S. prison system.
Stephen Lilienthal provides commentary on how placing those who have diverse life experience in power can make positive change.
Rep. Oye I. Owolewa writes that the lessons learned from D.C.’s unequal treatment in receiving pandemic relief demonstrates the need for D.C. statehood is paramount.
Artist/Vendor Jeffery McNeil questions whether we’re asking the right questions in today’s political and news commentary.
Artist/Vendor Ayub Abdul discusses the violence in Palestine and the need to address it for a better future for all.
Angie Whitehurst shares her reaction to the guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin’s criminal trial for the murder of George Floyd.
Jeffery McNeil urges people to reevaluate cancel culture.
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 elites’ rigid obsession with diversity and multiculturalism, rather than competency, turns some things into a bureaucratic nightmare.
We have a monstrous evil in bigotry, perpetuated by the Republican Party. And while we may never fully defeat it, we can sure as hell drive the bastard back into a closet. But it’s going to take work, commitment, and vigilance.
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.
Saul comments on this country’s social contract, and the importance of unity.
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
Artist and vendor Jeffrey McNeil offers his take on the 2020 election.
Artist and vendor Frederic John’s tribute to “National Get Out Day” and Black Lives Matter organizers.
Artist and vendor Aida Peery celebrates Donald Trump’s loss.