Monthly Archives: October 2011

This Is What Democracy Looks Like!!!

“This is what democracy looks like” is a common phrase chanted at protests in our beloved city/non-state. H.R. 265, the New Columbia Admission Act, a bill before Congress actually is a bill that would show us what democracy looks like. … Continue reading

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To Serve or Not to Serve

A few weeks ago I was called to jury duty at the District’s Superior Court for petit jury duty. When I went down and was going through the jury selection process the judge asked me if there were any non-case … Continue reading

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H.R. 265…Three & Counting

H.R. 265 a few weeks ago had no cosponsors and now we have 3 cosponsors: Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-Il.), Rep. Sam Farr (D-CA), and Rep. Pete Stark (D-CA). A special thanks goes out to these members for standing up … Continue reading

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Rally For Full Democracy/Statehood…How Does It Grade?

The rally for Full DC Democracy on October 15, 2011 had some strengths some weaknesses, and a lot of the same tired people saying the same tired things. We have got to become a movement of fresh ideas and innovative … Continue reading

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Join the Rally for Full DC Democracy (Statehood) this Saturday!

This Saturday, October 15th, there will be a rally and march for full DC democracy at Freedom Plaza in downtown DC starting at 9:30am. If you want to meet up with Neighbors United for DC Statehood folks just send me … Continue reading

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