For Black descendants of slaves to get their just due in America, it would require an act of Congress.
Buying a house or a piece of property to call your own is the American Dream. But, if you're African-American, that dream is becoming further out of reach.
The second annual DC Web Fest, hosted by the D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development and 20/20 Productions, will be held in the nation's capital on Sept. 19-20.
The District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue announced Thursday that it has begun mailing more than 800 notices to senior property owners who may qualify for the Senior Citizen/Disabled Property Tax Relief.
Federal contractor Westat Inc. has agreed to settle allegations that it failed to provide equal employment opportunities to more than 3,600 minorities nationwide, the Department of Labor announced Wednesday.
As the 2016 presidential election approaches media speculation, propaganda, and misinformation spikes.
D.C.'s small-business community, frustrated by what they say is a failure by the city government to support them, will rally at the steps of the John A. Wilson Building this month to address misspent government funds.
In making sure that our children are safe, we should anticipate what would be needed if something were to happen to us. Immediately, if there was a tragedy, would the legal supports be in place?
Instead of calling for additional Black voter registration efforts and "social change," Black voters should consider that we have the clout to hasten our own changes through reparations we gained for slavery — compensatory payments for the descendants of those ...
A new report issued by the Center for American Progress (CAP) in Northwest revealed that the projected population growth and the reduction of economic and health disparities between communities of color presents a clear opportunity to create a win-win situation ...
After years of lagging behind the rest of the District, residents of Southeast have finally had their prayers answered in the form of a new facility that will offer computer and business training for youth, adults and senior citizens alike.
One of the visions of the District’s Five-Year Economic Development Strategy is to make the city the largest tech hub on the East Coast.
Even as the architectural designs were being drafted, the St. Elizabeths East Campus was always viewed as a place for opportunity and forward thinking.
We are so excited to introduce the R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center, the first community based technology and innovation center of its kind in the District of Columbia.
As a large contiguous site in the heart of one of the nation's most economically dynamic regions, St. Elizabeths East Campus offers universities an exceptional opportunity for co-location and collaboration with government and technology-related industries.