It inches closer to becoming law.

Thousands of people took to the D.C. streets to protest the forces of gentrification.

As gentrification shows no signs of slowing, is it possible for Black residents to amicably share their spaces with the new white neighbors and still retain the community's culture?

Go-go music returns to a historically Black neighborhood in Washington, D.C. after days of protests.

Go-go music is at the center of a gentrification dispute in the nation's capital.


The paling population in Washington, D.C., has apparently aimed its gentrifying sights on one of the District's most prized cultural inventions: go-go music.

The legendary father of Go-Go music, Chuck Brown has passed away at the age of 75, confirmed his manager Tom Goldfogle. As previously reported by NewsOne, the master, affectionately known as “Chuck Baby” had been suffering with pneumonia since being admitted to John Hopkins University Hospital back on April 18. SEE ALSO: Chicago Cops Seek Groom […]