This week on the Community Affairs Show, Cheryl Jackson talks with Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice of the District of Columbia, Christopher Geldart. Deputy Mayor Geldart shares how The District is employing a number of engagement strategies this summer to increase safety for residents and visitors including their 202 for Peace Campaign and […]
Today, February 19th Mayor Muriel Bowser will sign the Go-Go Bill, and she is holding a community celebration today to designate Go-Go music as the official music of Washington, DC. the DC Council approved the measure unanimously for a second time on February 4 and sent it to the Mayor’s office for review. Mayor Bowser […]
Cheryl Jackson talks with Urban One Founder, Dr. Cathy Hughes, DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser and The Director of the DC Department of Health, Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt about the Maternal and Infant Health Summit. DC Health implements it’s comprehensive approach to improving and protecting the perinatal health and the following strategies will be rolled out in […]
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last week a series of new initiatives that she hopes will not only reduce the number of missing D.C. teens, but holistically support them.
However the D.C. mayor still believes that a majority of the teens—that are mostly Black and Latino—are runaways as opposed to being abducted.
Obama says the hacks brought attention to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and issues within the Democratic National Committee.
Plus, African-Americans claim discrimination in class-action lawsuit against CNN and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser recently met with President-elect Trump.