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Opinion: Giving dollars, and dignity to those in need

When the pandemic hit, we started giving money to people who needed it — and it helped.

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One shot, free transportation and on-site child care: How groups in D.C. are working to vaccinate people in hard-hit Ward 8

The vaccination rate in Ward 8 — which is predominantly Black and low income — is among the lowest in the city, despite having among the highest coronavirus case rates and death rates in the city.

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After a year of pain and strife, volunteers see MLK Day as a way to come together

Vice President-elect Kamala D. Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, joined high school volunteers nearby at Martha’s Table in Anacostia to help fill food packages for distribution.

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Nonprofit project offers cash lifeline to District’s poorest

The “THRIVE East of the River” program is a partnership of organizations that have long addressed the needs of the District’s poorest residents.

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