50 years ago, the Poor People's Campaign advocated for economic justice for poor Americans. What does that fight look like today?
Since election day, the incoming Trump administration has slowly taken up residence in the Washington region, but not everyone is excited about their new neighbors. In the Chevy Chase neighborhood of Washington, D.C., residents are responding to Vice President-elect Mike Pence moving in with their own mini-political protest. At least seven homes surrounding his rental property have hung rainbow flags in response to his views on LGBT rights. We look at how the region is welcoming its new residents.
- Phil Kerpen Chevy Chase resident; President, American Commitment
- Joanna Pratt Chevy Chase resident; Environmental Consultant
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