Some cheered the protest, others thought it was counterproductive. Some saw it as a cynical ploy by Gray to distract attention from his political problems, others disagreed. After six years of not-so-disinterested observation of the movement for D.C. voting rights, I’ve jotted down a few thoughts on the arrest of the “D.C. 41” and the larger fight for voting rights, self-determination and statehood.
[Continue reading Martin Austermuhle’s post at DCist.com.]