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On Flag Day, D.C. residents rallied for voting rights in Congress and for statehood. The group Let Us Vote DC or L.U.V. DC held a tattoo flash mob in Dupont Circle. Participants showed off their inked stars and bars. Ally Behnke, co- founder of L.U.V. DC, displays her arm tattoo bearing the symbol from D.C.s flag. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
On Flag Day, D.C. residents rallied for voting rights in Congress and for statehood. The group Let Us Vote DC or L.U.V. DC held a tattoo flash mob in Dupont Circle. Participants showed off their inked stars and bars. Ally Behnke, co- founder of L.U.V. DC, displays her arm tattoo bearing the symbol from D.C.'s flag. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
Adam Eidinger of Adams Morgan in D.C. shows off his shoulder tattoo, featuring the D.C. flag in a shield. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
Adam Eidinger of Adams Morgan in D.C. shows off his shoulder tattoo, featuring the D.C. flag in a shield. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
Jeremy Plesser, a D.C. resident, has the flag tattooed on his shoulderblade. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
Jeremy Plesser, a D.C. resident, has the flag tattooed on his shoulderblade. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
Plesser won a D.C. flag. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
Plesser won a D.C. flag. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
This is the real American flag, said Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, who has been championing D.C. voting rights issue for years. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
"This is the real American flag," said Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, who has been championing D.C. voting rights issue for years. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
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D.C. advocacy organizations applied fake tattoos of the D.C. flag to participants who gathered for the Second Annual D.C. Flag Celebration. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
D.C. advocacy organizations applied fake tattoos of the D.C. flag to participants who gathered for the Second Annual D.C. Flag Celebration. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
D.C. advocacy organizations applied fake tattoos of the D.C. flag to participants attending the Second Annual D.C. Flag Celebration in Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
D.C. advocacy organizations applied fake tattoos of the D.C. flag to participants attending the Second Annual D.C. Flag Celebration in Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
A baby plays below a D.C. flag with the words No taxation without representation printed on it. D.C. residents pay taxes but have no voting representation in Congress. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
A baby plays below a D.C. flag with the words "No taxation without representation" printed on it. D.C. residents pay taxes but have no voting representation in Congress. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
The D.C. flag was raised high over Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
The D.C. flag was raised high over Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
Eugene Kinlow, public affairs director for DC Vote, spoke to people in Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
Eugene Kinlow, public affairs director for DC Vote, spoke to people in Dupont Circle. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
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Albert Eisenberg, a student from Philadelphia, gets a fake tattoo from a L.U.V. DC volunteer. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
Albert Eisenberg, a student from Philadelphia, gets a fake tattoo from a L.U.V. DC volunteer. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
A young woman from Silver Spring crouches at the base of a sculpted hand to add her artistic mark. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
A young woman from Silver Spring crouches at the base of a sculpted hand to add her artistic mark. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
A hand offered passersby the chance to express themselves artistically. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
A hand offered passersby the chance to express themselves artistically. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
A shirt from L.U.V. DC, an advocacy organization for the District, is seen. L.U.V. DC works to raise awareness about the fact the Districts budget must be approved by Congress. The city has no budget autonomy. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
A shirt from L.U.V. DC, an advocacy organization for the District, is seen. L.U.V. DC works to raise awareness about the fact the District's budget must be approved by Congress. The city has no budget autonomy. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
Kevin Lewis, who lives in Columbia Heights, and Danny Allgeier from West Virginia display their shoulder tattoos of the D.C. flag. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
Kevin Lewis, who lives in Columbia Heights, and Danny Allgeier from West Virginia display their shoulder tattoos of the D.C. flag. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
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Albert Eisenberg, a student from Philadelphia, talks with a L.U.V. DC volunteer. (Special to WTOPEmily Stern)
Albert Eisenberg, a student from Philadelphia, talks with a L.U.V. DC volunteer. (Special to WTOP/Emily Stern)
Wheres my star asks a tattoo on the shoulder of Nicole McLaughlin, who lives in Adams Morgan. The tattoo remarks on the absence of D.C.s statehood and therefore its lack of representation by a star on the American flag. (Special to WTOPWill Friedman)
"Where's my star?" asks a tattoo on the shoulder of Nicole McLaughlin, who lives in Adams Morgan. The tattoo remarks on the absence of D.C.'s statehood and therefore its lack of representation by a star on the American flag. (Special to WTOP/Will Friedman)
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