The District of Columbia and its 646,000 residents share a rich culture and history. Learn more about the misconceptions, the people, the government, the economics, and the geography that comprise our Nation's capital.
Full representation for residents of the District of Columbia has captured the attention of opinion leaders, researchers, scholars and citizens across the nation and world. See what's been said and written about the District's denial of democracy.
The nation, the federal government and the international community have all taken actions in response to DC's struggle for democracy. Learn more about what has happened in Congress, in the White House, in the courts, and across the world in response to the fight for full voting rights for DC residents.