The end-of-year holiday season often inspires Washingtonians to donate time, money or talents to their communities. Kojo explores different opportunities to give back in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The National Park Service denies a permit to build a temporary statue of a naked woman for this weekend’s “Catharsis on the Mall.” A photograph of a Virginia bicyclist giving the middle finger to Trump’s motorcade goes viral, leading to the photographed woman losing her job. Montgomery County, Md. passes a $15 minimum wage. It’s “Your Turn” to share your views about the stories Washingtonians are talking about.
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- Lauren Berlekamp Organizer, Catharsis on the Mall
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