First Black chair of Maryland’s Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee uses art to correct history

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report for America Corps Member, Annapolis, Md. will experience even more representational shifts for the upcoming legislative session in January. Next month a portrait of young Thurgood Marshall, the Baltimore son who integrated the U.S. Supreme Court, will be installed thanks to Sen. William Smith (D-Md-20), chair of


White House holiday theme: “We the People”

By Hunter Savery, Capital News Service The White House has unveiled its 2022 holiday decorations. This year’s theme, “We The People,” brings a distinctively homespun feel to the White House with an emphasis on decorations that people could make at home and a sense of shared national values.  Decorations include ornaments drawn by children in