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EXPLORE WASHINGTON, DC STORIES

Our nation’s capital Washington, DC is a historic stronghold of feminist, civil rights activism throughout the 20th century. It has also been the epicenter of local-national grassroots movements for social equality and community empowerment, birthing George Wiley’s Poverty/Rights Action Center and the leadership of Barry Farm’s Etta Horn and many others. OSOJ is working with partners to shed light on these legacies of activism and their connection to ongoing advocacy for basic dignity and economic justice.

Zillah Wesley

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Sabiyha Prince

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Zillah Wesley

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Zillah Wesley is a DC Native and one of the chairs of the DC Poor People's Campaign, National Call for More Revival.…

Venorica Tucker

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Venorica shares how the pandemic created and exacerbated insecurity for food workers. “We don't have some people who were finally buying a…

Sabiyha Prince

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In this intimate conversation with DC social justice advocate Sabiyha Price, we learn her motivations for the work she’s been doing for…