The idea of erecting a museum that would highlight the contributions of African Americans first received public attention a century ago when Black veterans of the Civil War proposed the idea. [read more…]
A public-policy think tank in D.C. recently added five board members who organization officials called “thoughtful leaders in their respective areas.” The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies’ new additions are Paula Boyd, Chanelle Hardy, Christopher Kang, Vicente Sarmiento and Paul Thornell.
With the start of the new fiscal year on Oct. 1, many District residents will turn to the District of Columbia’s Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) for assistance with their home energy expenses. Last year, DOEE announced new policies that allow District residents to seek assistance without waiting in long lines [read more…]
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Mayor’s Fifth Annual Senior Symposium! We had more than 600 seniors and caregivers attend the symposium at the historic Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. [read more…]
Civil rights leader and organizer of the Moral Monday’s protests in North Carolina took to the pulpit in two churches in D.C. last Sunday to promote the Revival for a Moral Revolution of Values. [read more…]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 6, 2016 The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) is thrilled to embark on a new community engagement partnership with Airbnb to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the Voting Rights [read more…]