Celebrate the 152nd anniversary of Lincoln freeing the slaves living in the District of Columbia and spread the message that DC residents are still not truly free until we have the same basic rights as every other American.
Join us for the First Equality Happy Hour of 2014! We're aiming to engage greateer support in the fight for equal rights and full citizenship. So bring a friend. The evening will feature a good cause, good networking, and good beer provided by DC Brau. We'll see you there!
Make sure to stick around after the event for DC Democracy trivia put on by Trivia Kings downstars.
100% of the proceeds from purchases of DC Brau will go to supporting our fight for DC Equality!
Join supporters of DC Equality as we honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. will meet for a program at the United Black Fund, Inc. before marching down Martin Luther King Jr Avenue to the Covenant Baptist Church. We will meet at 9:30 AM, and the program will begin at 10:00 AM.
If you would like to march with us, please RSVP to Rafael Ramos-Meyer by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202.462.6000 x114 today.
In the last election, thousands of DC residents didn't vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn't know how to register. In 2014, we want to make sure no one is left out. If we desire full democracy and equal rights for the District of Columbia, then democracy starts with registration to vote for every eligible DC resident.
Join us for the first Mayoral candidates forum for the 2014 election.
Hear questions from a stellar panel of local journalists, and have a chance to ask your own to candidates Muriel Bowser*, Jack Evans, Reta Jo Lewis, and Tommy Wells.
The panel is made up of moderator Bruce DePuyt (ABC 7/WJLA-TV, News Channel 8) and panelists Tom Sherwood (NBC 4 Washington, Current Newspapers), Nikita Stewart (Washington Post), and Mike DeBonis (Washington Post.
DC Vote recognizes Champions of Democracy for their dedication to fulfilling the promise of democracy in the District of Columbia. These honorees represent the very best of American excellence and cherish the United States as a beacon of freedom and democracy for the world around us.
Thank you to Gala co-chairs, Trish Vradenburg and Vinoda Basnayake.
2013 Champions of Democracy was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who helped to make the evening one to remember.
Join DC Vote as we celebrate the 7th annualColumbia Heights Day on Saturday, October 5th from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM.
DC Vote is looking for volunteers to help educate visitors about DC Vote and our work to gain equality for DC residents.
Champions of Democracy exercise their liberties to speak out about the injustice of living under a system where the governed have no vote in the national legislature. Through their actions and words, they defend our freedoms and promote our ideals. Champions of Democracy understand that being disenfranchised affects all aspects of civic and community life.