DC Statehood

Shadow Politics, May 16, 2021

Shadow Politics with U.S. Senator Michael D. Brown and Maria Sanchez

Shadow Politics with Senator Michael Brown and guest Tom Coleman

Shadow Politics, May 9, 2021

Shadow Politics with U.S. Senator Michael D. Brown and Maria Sanchez

Shadow Politics with Senator Michael Brown and guest Tamyra Harrison, Iowans For D.C. Statehood

Shadow Politics, April 18, 2021

Shadow Politics with U.S. Senator Michael D. Brown and Maria Sanchez

Shadow Politics with Senator Michael Brown and Maria Sanchez and guest Dorie Ladner

Shadow Politics, December 8, 2019

Shadow Politics with U.S. Senator Michael D. Brown and Maria Sanchez

Shadow Politics with Senator Michael Brown and Maria Sanchez

Discussing climate change, Trump impeachment and DC Statehood

Shadow Politics, March 24, 2019

New energy around 'DC Statehood' coming from our neighbors across  the District line!

Shadow Politics, February 10, 2019

Just recently, the UDC launched the Institute for Politics Policy and History and our guest, Former Mayor Sharon Pratt, will serve as the Founding Director and an Advisory Committee Member of the Institute for Politics Policy and History. It's MISSION is rediscovering District of Columbia history – and its consequential role in determining contemporary politics and policy.

Universal Soul Love, April 27, 2018

Universal Soul Love with David Love and Dr. Lana Love

Senator Michael D. Brown, a Shadow Senator from the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. is our returning guest this week!  As a 'Shadow Senator', Brown receives no pay from the government, receives no budget from the government, and cannot vote on matters before the Senate.

Shadow Politics, March 18, 2018

Our guest this week is Sharon Pratt, Former Mayor of the District of Columbia from 1991 to 1995 and Founder of Pratt Consulting LLC.

Shadow Politics, September 10, 2017

Our guest is Hector Rodriguez, president and founder of the National Latino Alliance for DC Statehood. He was born in Puerto Rico and arrived in Washington DC in 1968 after serving with the US Army in Vietnam. During the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, he developed initiatives from the White House to reverse poverty and increase Latino participation in federal programs.

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