11 Jun 2022


Pride on the Hill

We want to wish you a very happy Pride by sharing these lovely displays of rainbows all over the Hill. Did you know the rainbow flag was created in San Francisco by activist Gilbert Baker and a corps of volunteers, and unveiled at the 1978 Gay Freedom Day? Enjoy and stay safe, neighbors! All photos […]

17 May 2022
03 May 2022


Protest Signs at SCOTUS

The scene down at the Supreme Court is constantly changing and dynamic, but these are some of the signs and sights earlier today. As a reminder, there is a rally starting at 5 p.m. and hosted by Shut Down DC. More info here.

25 Feb 2022



If you need a place where to meditate or focus on what is happening to the people of Ukraine, you can walk over to the southwestern corner of North Capitol and F Streets NW, where the Holodomor Genocide Awareness memorial is located. As of this morning, there were a few bouquets let behind, adorning the […]

11 Nov 2021


The John Lewis Mural, Part One

Yesterday, I had the privilege of watching muralists Mark Garrett and Dietrich Williams put the final touches on the first part of what’s to become a large mural dedicated to the life of Representative and Civil Rights activist John Lewis. A few young community friends were there to share in the happy moment and add […]

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