This Week in the Voice: A man’s 14-year protest against abuse
This week’s feature looks at John Wojnowski, the man who has stood outside the Vatican Apostolic Nunicature and protested pedophilia for the past 14 years.
Wojnowski has reached a peculiar level of fame, at least in local circles. He could undoubtedly use his story to raise money for victims funds or himself, but he chooses not to. “There are organizations that do this. I am not an intellectual. If I knew what to do I would do it … This is all I can do. It may not be the best, but it is the only way I know how to do.
On the editorial page, the editorial board discusses the recent raid on Capital Hemp and argues that current drug policies are flawed.
In News, Matt Weinmann reports on the security cameras that the Citizen’s Association of Georgetown has begun to install in the Georgetown area.
Sports editor Kevin Joseph writes about one Georgetown football’s offensive lineman, Kevin Sullivan.
In Leisure, Leigh Finnegan reviews the art exhibit Shadow Sites: Recent Work by Jananne Al-Ali at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery.
In Voices, Sydney Browning discusses her decision not to shave and what it’s like to be “one of Georgetown’s hairiest female students.”