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Monday, August 20, 2018

Is the Anacostia River a Food Delivery ‘Red Line’?

Patricia Howard-Chittams has lived in her Southeast neighborhood for twenty years. She says very few food companies will deliver to her home, located on...

Residents to DoorDash, Caviar, Postmates: Serve the District Equally

In response to the repeated exclusion of Ward 7 and 8 from online businesses entering the District, local resident Latoya Watson has started a...

Change Comes to Excel Academy

After three months of uncertainty, students and families at Excel Academy (2501 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE) are finally sure that they can...

Programs, Resources and Services for Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy Month, and District residents can participate in free educational programs, resources and services that promote inclusive prosperity, economic growth and...

DCPS Selects New Excel Principal

On Monday, April 2 District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) announced that effective June 2018, Tenia Pritchard will take on the role of Principal...

Attend Anacostia Tunnel Dedication Ceremony Wednesday

The Anacostia River Tunnel system, the first phase of the DC Clean Water Project, will be dedicated in a ceremony scheduled for Wednesday March...

Students Move Crowd to Tears, Action at DC Rally

“Our job today is to listen and to act,” Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward 6-D) said as he opened the Rally for DC Lives a...

‘Why’ Food Conference Opening Friday

Councilmember Vincent Gray (Ward 7-D) and Washington Teachers Union (WTU) Local 6 President Elizabeth Davis were among the speakers Friday evening at the opening...

Attend Food Justice ‘Why’ Conference March 23-25

Attend the annual food justice conference, Food Justice & Our Right to Food: The ‘Why” Conference May 23-25th at Kelly Miller Middle School (301...

Solar Energy Creates (Local) Jobs!

We all know that solar energy is good for the environment and good for your pocketbook. Even a small solar array on a DC...