Washington D.C. News

Washington D.C. News

NAACP President: Loudoun County Beset with Race Problems

In promotional brochures, Loudoun County, Va., is portrayed as a place where prosperity and racial and ethnic tolerance are encouraged and practiced, but the...

D.C. Group Supports Homeless Veterans

For more than three decades, Access Housing and the Southeast Veterans Service Center (SEVSC) has supported the needs of those who have put their...

Bowser Taps Oakland’s Wilson to Lead D.C. Schools

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recently announced her choice to the lead the District of Columbia public schools. On Nov. 22, Bowser introduced Oakland Unified School...

SOME’s 15th Annual Trot for Hunger

Washingtonians are invited to join SOME at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day for a 5k run/walk. The run/walk will take place at Freedom Plaza...

Arena Stage Hosts Dinner and Musical for Wounded Warriors

D.C.-area military families must spend the Thanksgiving holiday away from loved ones. In gratitude for their service, Arena Stage is inviting wounded warriors, service...

Black Owned Small Business Expo

Support Black Owned Small business at this one stop shop expo event on Nov. 26. Come out to network and purchase products and services...

D.C. Statehood Backers Push On

The push to make the residential and commercial areas of the District of Columbia a state won't stop District leaders and statehood activists are...

D.C. Church Recognizes Navy Parishioner for Years of Service

As a uniform wearer, there are certain things Fleet Master Chief April Beldo says she can’t do, out of respect for the United States. ...

Suspect(s) Still At-Large in Southeast D.C. Homicide of Local Rapper

The D.C. Metropolitan Police Department is still searching for information that can lead to solving the homicide of a local rapper killed on Nov....

Ministers Move with Faith Not Fear

When President Obama first moved into the White House his spiritual advisor Joshua Dubois wasn’t very far away offering scriptures, prayers, and words of...

D.C. Area High School Students Protest Trump Election

Just a week after the 2016 presidential election, hundreds of high school students from D.C. and Montgomery County, Md. left their classrooms to protest...

Area Child Provides Socks to the Needy

At first glance everything about Miracle Omar, otherwise known as “The Princess” by family and friends, resembles a typical eight-year-old girl who attends public...