Many people chose to serve their communities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We meet some folks who serve year-round and approach volunteerism in ways you may never have considered.
E. Ethelbert Miller has been called “a Washington institution.” A poet, professor, mentor, and self-declared “literary activist,” Miller is a vibrant and permanent presence on DC’s arts scene. He joins us to talk about his latest work — a second memoir — that provides an intimate look at how we measure life’s successes and failures.
- E. Ethelbert Miller Poet, Director of the African American Resource Center at Howard University, and author of "How We Sleep On The Nights We Don't Make Love"
Most Recent Shows
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency in advance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day rally.
Virginia ratified the ERA. What happens next? Plus, the new commonwealth’s attorney for Arlington County and Falls Church, Parisa Dehghani-Tafti, promises to eliminate cash bail and not prosecute simple marijuana possession cases. And D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh talks about Jack Evans and changes to D.C.’s soda tax.
Should student journalists have the same First Amendment rights as professionals? We discuss free speech in local schools and a new bill in Virginia that would curb censorship.