— professional anarcho communist (@manda_writes) June 3, 2020
Photos by Sasanka Thilakasiri
Thanks to Sasanka for sending near Hains Point: “I think we have Osprey’s incoming?” Read More
901 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Thanks to David for sending from the Marriott Marquis this morning: “Glad the rooms are going to good use…”
Vanessa sends a shot from the hotel around 6am: Read More
Thanks to a reader for sending at 7:50am: “Seen on a jog this morning, Federal Law Enforcement now moved up to 16th and I Street, NW”
Sienna sends some more powerful photos from the scene at 7:30am: “This is not my America.” Read More
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory via Archdiocese of Washington
Heads up that the Reeves Center at 14th and U St, NW is not a polling station. See all the polling stations here: Read More
Photo by angela n.
From Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton’s Office:
“Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) released the following statement after President Trump’s erratic and violent evening holding a press conference in the Rose Garden while peaceful protesters were being shot with tear gas and rubber bullets nearby. After the press conference, during which his rhetoric became increasingly violent, President Trump went to nearby St. John’s Episcopal Church, which had been damaged by rioting the night before. When he arrived, the President held up a Bible and stood for photos.
“President Trump cemented his image in history as he ordered the use of force against peaceful protesters and then stood on the steps of a historic church in the Nation’s Capital holding a Bible in the air. His stance in front of St. John’s church across from the White House gave the appearance of a provocateur, protected, of course, by police from harmless protestors, who had threatened no one. If he was concerned about the church, why didn’t he ask the rector of St. John’s to stand with him? Read More
Thanks to Anna for sending the sign above from Brookland.
Brookland – Saint John Paul II National Shrine https://t.co/GnK1D8JK4k
— PoPville (@PoPville) June 2, 2020
Photo by dcitty “out on a bike ride in Rock Creek Park I noticed a group of ppl painting a mural in the Lot 7 parking lot.”
And thanks to Arianne for sharing some videos: Read More