Charlottesville and It’s Aftermath: D.C. Alternative News Round Up

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A quick search revealed no reports from local television news of last weeks events in Charlottesville or the solidarity marches that followed. Fortunately, the District also has reporters who routinely imbed with the activists and organizers at these events. Here is reporting from two of them. . . . → Read More: Charlottesville and It’s Aftermath: D.C. Alternative News Round Up

Black Lives Matter Protests Continue in Washington, DC

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Cross-posted DC Media Group by John Zangas Washington, DC — The Movement for Black Lives continued protests to denounce recent killings of Black men on Saturday night in Washington, DC. The Stop Police Terror in DC Project, BlackLivesMatterDMV, BYP100 (Black Youth Project) and allies met at the African American Civil War Memorial and marched through city streets […] . . . → Read More: Black Lives Matter Protests Continue in Washington, DC

Democracy Spring: Alternative Media News Round Up

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Events began on April 2, 2016 in Philadelphia, where more than a hundred activists began a ten-day, 140-mile march from to Washington D.C. By April 11, thousands had joined Democracy Spring and Democracy Awakening in our nation’s capitol to demand Congress take immediate action to end the corruption of big money in our politics and ensure free and fair elections in which every American has an equal voice. . . . → Read More: Democracy Spring: Alternative Media News Round Up

Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown News Round Up

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Video coverage of the Black Lives Matter Movement’s Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown event was fairly extensive, in comparison to other events sponsored by the District’s local progressive community. . . . → Read More: Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown News Round Up