By most measures, the “Justice for J6” rally on Saturday Sept. 18 was underwhelming. The estimated 100-150 who turned out in support of those criminally charged in the January 6 […]
“The right of voting for representatives is the primary right by which other rights are protected. To take away this right is to reduce a man to slavery, for slavery […]
Hundreds gathered near the U.S. Capitol on the National Mall in Washington D.C. on Sunday July 11 — many wearing blue hats expressing “#NoFear” — to protest the “unprecedented outburst […]
The peaceful march started at Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House and culminated with a rally on the National Mall.
In a letter announcing the return of outdoor dining to Fiola Mare on the Georgetown waterfront, owner and chef Fabio Trabocchi — also of Fiola DC, Sfoglina and Del Mar […]
On Tuesday, October 8, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in three cases dealing with workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. The landmark Title VII of the Civil Rights […]
The global climate crisis will be at the top of the agenda on Monday, Sept. 23, when the United Nations General Assembly kicks off the new session with a climate action summit.
The Aug. 26 protest was designed to put pressure on Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro to stop the fires and protect the Amazon and the indigenous peoples who have been displaced.
At one point, rally-goers spontaneouly broke out into a chorus of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” from the Broadway musical “Les Misérables.”
Asking “Where are the Children?”, activists placed over a thousand pairs of childrens’ pajamas on clotheslines along the National Mall in Washington D.C. on International Children’s Day, June 9, to […]