NBC4 continues to celebrate our diverse community with special programming during Black History Month.
Twenty-two African-American artists from the D.C. area portray the black experience in their artwork for a new exhibit on display in Maryland.
Congressman John Lewis was active in the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Today, he's giving students in Potomac, Maryland a first-hand account of his experience. News4's Meagan Fitzgerald reports.
Two hundred years after the birth of Frederick Douglass, American University will honor someone who embodies his spirit of inspiring change. "God put him here for a purpose, and here we are 200...
News4's Aaron Gilchrist looks back to 1968, the year that Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated and the loss was felt deeply in Washington, D.C.