What is the presence of diversity in the field of technology? In this episode of Politicin’ with Taylor Moore, we talk to Cherisse Datu, an Asian-American woman who has held several positions in the world of politics, and was not afraid to express her true thoughts on the challenges of being a women of color in this field.
With the highest self-identified LGBTQ population in the U.S., Washington, D.C. is bound to have a bustling queer scene. Quintessential to every prominent gay city and its establishments are the drag queens. They are the main attraction at some of the district’s hottest LGBTQ spots and draw crowds mixed with locals and visitors.
Koreatown is right outside of D.C., in Annandale, Virginia. The town reflects the richness of Korean culture. It’s a vibrant community of restaurants, beauty shops, fashion centers, community centers and the like, which harbors thousands of Koreans in the D.C. area every year. The community blossomed in the 1970s, after an influx of Korean migrants. Modern Korean culture has found an additional home in the DMV: Centreville, Virginia. Beltway News reporter Taylor Moore spoke with two residents and professionals in Annandale familiar with the Korean scene in D.C.