The Washington D.C. flag on a planter on H Street, NE.

The Washington D.C. flag on a planter on H Street, NE.

Legislation may not be moving on Capitol Hill anytime soon to grant D.C. residents the right to elect voting members of Congress, but advocates for the city are pushing new strategies in the fight for voting rights – from courting Hollywood celebrities to joining a group for oppressed ethnic minorities. We check in on the fight that’s as old as local Washington itself.

Guests

  • Paul Strauss D.C. Shadow Senator (D)
  • Joshua Burch Founder, Neighbors United for D.C. Statehood
  • Kimberly Perry Executive Director, D.C. Vote

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