“There’s no difference between the police officer and the resident that lives in Takoma Park. It’s just a profession that we chose to be a part of to serve and protect, but at the same time to build relationships.”
Articles by Leila Habib
“Workers’ rights should be the fundamental pillar of human rights. It’s really important that the residents of Takoma Park and the shoppers of the Co-op stand behind the workers organizing.”
On July 16, WOWD-LP Takoma Radio celebrated one year of broadcasting from its storefront studio on Westmoreland Ave. with a community listening party—with a day…
“We are gathered today on Trump’s doorstep to let the world know we intend to get rid of his doormat,” said Ben Jealous, Democratic candidate for Maryland governor.
“This is a matter of fundamental national security, which is why the framers of the 25th Amendment put it in. We’ve gotta make sure that we have a president who’s able faithfully to discharge the duties of office.”
At the Takoma Park Independence Day Parade, six visitors—all teenage refugees from Syria, recently resettled in communities across the United States—walked alongside the standard community groups, bands and public officials who’d assembled to ring in the holiday Tuesday morning.
“Mommy, the parade is starting!” Children and adults alike began cheering and waving their miniature American flags when the police escorts came into view on…