Statehood No Other Way (NOW) Foundation

Statehood – No Other Way!


Donate to the DOUGLASS COMMONWEALTH COALITION via the Statehood No Other Way (NOW) Foundation!

The Douglass Commonwealth Coalition is planning a MARCH for DC STATEHOOD, GREEN JOBS and JUSTICE on Saturday, August 28, 2021, in the District of Columbia. More details will be forthcoming!

But such an ambitious undertaking cannot happen without your generous support! Please donate today to help support this effort!

The Douglass Commonwealth Coalition is composed of current and former members of the District of Columbia’s Congressional Delegation, as well as organizations and individuals who support DC statehood.

YOUR DONATIONS WILL HELP US
ORGANIZE THIS MARCH!

THANK YOU!


U.S. SENATOR MICHAEL D. BROWN ERECTS “WARNING” SIGN ON HIS FRONT LAWN

Commuters, as they enter DC, encounter large reflective sign stating the fact that residency in the nation’s capital results in the loss of the most basic rights of citizenship

United States Senator Michael D. Brown (D-DC) erected a large reflective, metal “WARNING” sign on the front lawn of his home, located at 4501 Western Avenue, NW in Washington, DC, on May 2, 2021. 

Watch the time lapse video (0:09) of the installation of the sign.
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Shadow Politics brings Americans together to talk about issues important to them. This bi-partisan grassroots talk show is about America hearing what you have to say. And YOU are invited to participate in the conversation…

Join United States Senator Michael D. Brown and cohost Maria Sanchez on the next Shadow Politics, which airs *LIVE* on Sundays 7:00-8:00 pm ET / 4:00-5:00 pm PT.

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