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Imagine walking into work and being judged just because you’ve changed your hair to reveal it’s natural texture. That is what’s happening to many people — and to one woman, who says it happens way too often. CNS-TV’s Lauren Moses talked with a lawmaker and career advisers who say — it’s time to ban discrimination against natural hair.
For the first time since Maryland entered the Big Ten in 2014, the women’s soccer team has qualified for the Big Ten tournament.
After a week of activities centered around the passing of Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, a funeral was held at New Psalmist Baptist Church to celebrate his life.
Knox Road in College Park, Maryland has some of the most popular eateries on the University of Maryland campus. But Tuesday night’s College Park Council meeting opened the door for a private developer to build apartments in their place. CNS-TV’s Will Pitts reports.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was on Capitol Hill providing testimony to the House Financial Committee for several hours to discuss Libra, the cryptocurrency project that Facebook plans to launch next year. But just minutes into the testimony, it became clear that the committee would press Zuckerberg on more than just cryptocurrency. CNS-TV’s Cam Hasbrouck reports.
After the Washington Nationals beat out the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series, a potential trophy is not the only thing making a positive impact in D.C. CNS-TV’s Bridget Divers went to Nationals Park to speak with some of the fans about the economic impact the World Series coming to D.C. will have.
There are several services honoring Rep. Elijah Cummings throughout this week, but on Wednesday night, a special one took at Morgan State University, where the congressman served on the Board of Regents for 19 years.
Old police and fire call boxes are being put to use in Downtown D.C. The outdated boxes are relatively known for modern-day public art, but CNS-TV’s Lauren Moses tells us how a local artist decided to use it as a chance to celebrate women —who made history in the city.