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CHS Year in Review 2020 | The year in pictures

Happy New Year. As we do every year, CHS has assembled photographs that tell the story of the year behind us as we look ahead to the year to come. In 2020, CHS was helped like never before by our readers and community photographers as the incredible stories of the pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests converged on Capitol Hill. Thanks so much for the help and thanks, again, to CHS regular contributor Alex Garland. Drop Alex a line if you’d like to learn more about supporting his work or purchasing photographs.

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Meanwhile, explore CHS’s 2020 in photos, below. Each image links to its CHS post so take a minute to explore the stories from the year. We thank you for being part of CHS and look forward to bringing you more images and stories from around Capitol Hill in 2021.



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Lacy
Lacy
15 days ago

This makes it look like 2020 was all trouble, but the renovated Asian Art museum was reopened, the new amphitheater plans were revealed, new restaurants opened, restaurants offered free meals to healthcare workers and people out of work due to COVID, Good Weather started a delivery service for local businesses, the confederate monument was toppled and won’t be rebuilt, Turnp was voted out.

The Ghostt Of Capitol Hill
The Ghostt Of Capitol Hill
15 days ago

what a year