A sign designating public restrooms on the National Mall.

A sign designating public restrooms on the National Mall.

Washington, D.C. has four public restrooms downtown –accommodations that some argue don’t adequately serve the city’s visitors or residents who are housing insecure. Kojo explores a new push for more clean and safe public restroom accommodations for all.

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  • Sheila White Member, People For Fairness Coalition
  • Marcia Bernbaum Member, People For Fairness Coalition
  • Brianne Nadeau Member, D.C. Council (D-Ward 1); @BrianneKNadeau

Three Public Restroom Options (People For Fairness Coalition)

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