Monthly Archives: August 2013

Time to Walk the Talk for DC Statehood

On Saturday, August 24, 2013, as part of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington commemoration, there was a Rally and March for DC Statehood. Mayor Gray and his team deserve a lot of credit for getting the word … Continue reading

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Fifty Down, Fifty to Go!

Over two years ago we started our group, Neighbors United for DC Statehood, out of a belief that the statehood movement lacked two key elements: 1) the active and sustained involvement of District citizens at a grassroots level and 2) … Continue reading

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Helping Statehood Is As Easy As 1, 2, 3, 4

Neighbors, Often people say they’d like to help the statehood cause but don’t have much time and are looking for some suggestions of what they can do. Below are four easy ways to lend your voice to the statehood cause … Continue reading

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Not Just Meeting but Acting for Statehood Too

Our group has been active since June 2011, and we’ve accomplished many good things on the statehood front but our August 2013, meeting had to be one of my favorites because we spent the entire time actively working on discreet … Continue reading

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Statehood Meeting: August 10th at 3pm

On Saturday, August 10th at 3pm, Neighbors United for DC Statehood will have our monthly meeting at a private residence in Brookland. This month’s meeting will be an action oriented meeting where participants will: 1) email key Senate offices about … Continue reading

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