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A diverse Congress is worth celebrating — but it’s just a start, experts say

It’s an early contender for the most repeated political factoid of 2019: The 116th Congress is the most diverse in U.S. history. But the physical presence of people of color in Congress, which is one form of representation, does not automatically equal robust political advocacy. That could wind up disappointing some of ...

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Local filmmaker answers the call to document history of DC Black Pride

DC’s annual LGBTQ film festival, Reel Affirmations, showcased a wide variety of films that highlight LGBTQ subjects and issues during its four-day run in early November. Notably, the film roster included a 50-minute TV special by first-time producer Marvin Bowser titled DC Black Pride: Answering the Call, which archives a disappearing ...

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NBJC Joins LGBT Organizations in Standing With Family of Michael Brown

On August 13, 2014, the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) joined national LGBT Equality organizations to pen an open letter of solidarity in response to the tragic death of Michael Brown, an unarmed Black teenager who was shot and killed Saturday by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Additional details ...

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Finding Me the Series Season 2 Theatrical Premiere in D.C.

Season 2 of Finding Me will delve deeper into the lives of Faybien, Greg, Tammy and Omar by exposing their greatest fears. This layer-stripping journey is just another step they will have to take on the road to self-discovery. The Trailer for Season 2 of Finding Me the Series which ...

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Al Sura in Black Mixer sponsored by BMX National

This Mixer Is Free and Open to the Community! An opportunity to sell tickets, promote and learn more about ‘Al Sura In Black’. Folks will have an opportunity to connect with Board Members, break bread and hear special announcements. Al Sura In Black Mixer is Hosted by the Board of ...

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