Washington D.C. News

Washington D.C. News

Crawford Remembered as Committed D.C. Public Servant

Hazel Reid Crawford, a Democrat who represented Ward 7 on the D.C. Council and served as a senior official in the Nixon administration, died...

Todd Introduces Black History Bill

A D.C. Council member wants residents to remember the contributions of Black citizens and has sponsored a bill that will do just that. "The...

Black Engineers Gather in D.C. to Network, Increase Opportunity

The Black Engineer of the Year Awards’ (BEYA) 31st annual STEM Conference drew major corporations and organizations that are keen on recruiting Black engineers...

D. C. Black History Month Celebrations Focus on Progress

The retiring head of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and Human Rights called for a new effort to stop the Trump administration from...

Congress’s Attempt to Nullify Assisted-Suicide Bill Unlikely to Succeed

Incensed by congressional Republican interference in the affairs of the D.C., city leaders and residents are taking matters into their own hands to confront...

Longtime Marketer Conjures Online Social Buzz

The amount of things to do in Washington, D.C. can be overwhelming. That's why Nels Cephas founded DC Now Events. After being part of the...

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Gospel Service Celebrates Black History

The Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Gospel Service is scheduled to host an annual Keeper of the Community Black History Month celebration on Feb. 18...

Northern Va. Delta Education and Community Service Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Northern Virginia Delta Education and Community Service (NVDECS) Foundation announces that the organization is accepting applications for two 2017 Friends and Family of...
Asbury United Methodist Church, screenin and discussion of the movie "Southside With You"

Movies@Asbury Presents “Southside with You”

The Asbury United Methodist Church, 926 11th Street, will host a film screening and discussion of the movie “Southside with You” on Feb. 19...

Positive Black Folks in Action Commemorates Malcolm X Memorial

Positive Black Folks in Action is scheduled to commemorate the 52nd Memorial of Malcolm X at the Shaw Neighborhood Library, 1630 7th Street, NW;...

Mayor Bowser Presents Black History Month Celebration at Lincoln Theatre

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will host The District’s African Diaspora: Communities in Conversation, a panel discussion on Feb. 16 at the Lincoln Theatre, 1215...

Black Engineer Conference Draws Multitude of Students & Professionals to Washington D.C.

The 31st Black Engineer of the Year Award conference annually recognizes Black engineering professionals in the United States. The conference also has a specific...