162 Articles

  • Feeding Good with Jill Wu
    Soaring prices at grocery stores and shortages of specific foods due to supply chain issues have provided stark reminders of how food insecurity and food scarcity impact families across the country. These issues have hit some communities especially hard, but an Atlanta-based team began to address these challenges long before they became a talking point for prime time news commentators.  
  • Malcolm X’s Contributions to Environmental Justice Live On
    As communities around the world celebrated Malcolm X‘s 97th birthday, he was remembered as more than a prominent figure in the Civil Rights movement. His speeches decried environmental oppression decades before the wider public recognized the importance of environmental justice. He was a genius community organizer, and he empowered his community, using the power of his tongue as his sword.
  • Lessons in Savings and Hope with DC Solar for All
    School is out for the summer, but that doesn't mean that learning has to stop. I’ve compiled a few of my favorite energy-saving "lessons." I hope you will find these tips useful as you spend time with the children in your life, soaking up the sun and saving money with your DC Solar for All subscription this summer.
  • Soaking in the Sun with DC Solar for All
    If you are like me, the transition from winter to spring is a celebratory occasion. Gone are the days of stepping outside and feeling the cold, harsh air hitting your face! No more moments of wishing the temperature was just a bit warmer in order to enjoy just a little sunshine and fresh air! The flowers are now blooming beautiful colors of hope.
  • Celebrating Earth Day with DC Solar for All
    In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, we would like to take a moment to celebrate your contribution to a clean, equitable, sustainable future here in the District and as part of the global environmental movement.
  • Saving with Solar for All
    Over the last few months, I'm sure you've noticed, like me, that things cost more. The goods and services we depend on every day – like groceries, gas, and even electricity – are more expensive today than they have been in years.