The largest assemblage of Cuban media in Washington in decades came to cover the second round of talks between the two nations Friday.
The new Busboys and Poets opening in Takoma D.C. will have a mural dedicated to the late Cuban poet Nicolas Guillen.
A display of generosity at Georgetown Lombardi Cancer Center for pediatric patients.
Smithsonian and Cuban scholars are working to present Cuban culture on at an upcoming Folklife Festival.
The Avalon Theatre will show “Selma” to about 1,100 D.C. students at reduced ticket prices, part of a national movement to expose the civil rights film to thousands of young people.
Joaquín Pomés Figueredo and Virginia Schofield Reguero share an exhibition at GALA Hispanic Theatre.
The Newseum is planning to exhibit artifacts from the Ferguson protests and news coverage later in December.
Amid calls to keep up the push for “justice,” the community starts to move past the strife and divisions.
The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered an electrifying 50-minute address — part protest message, part sermon — to a congregation of several hundred Sunday morning at a St. Louis church, with Michael Brown’s family members in attendance.
Organizers invoked the civil rights movement in calling for better policing and the end of racial profiling.