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About my Built Environment Description: “Socio Economic Injustice Exposed: Lafayette Square Park”

Dear Reader,       Subjects like Biology, Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry, fascinate us. We spend a majority of our lives in academia learning about these topics, trying to uncover all of the underlying truths, hoping to someday finally understand… Continue Reading →

Socio Economic Injustice Exposed: Lafayette Square Park

Introduction       Subjects like Biology, Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry, fascinate us. We spend a majority of our lives in academia learning about these topics, trying to uncover all of the underlying truths, hoping to someday finally understand the… Continue Reading →

Annotated Bibliographies 1-10

  Godfrey, Sarah. “Abandon Quip .” Www.prop1.Org, 6 Aug. 2004, http://www.prop1.org/history/2004/040806.dccitypaper.lafayettepark.abandon quip.htm. In her article, “Abandon Quip,” Sarah Godfrey argues that homelessness at Lafayette Park should no longer serve as a depiction of the inequality in the United States. This… Continue Reading →

Interior Description: Lafayette Square Park

As I make my way around Lafayette Square Park, it is inevitable for me to notice the myriads of tourists that flood the square.      Granted, the imposing White House, which attracts over 100,000 people each month, is only… Continue Reading →

Exterior Description: Lafayette Square Park

          60-degree weather, blue skies, the smell of autumn in the air, a picturesque view of the White House, tourists on Segway’s, lovers holding hands, I find myself in the middle of Lafayette Square Park. It… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis #2

Reading Analysis: “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment” Part II          In Part II of her essay, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” Sarah Schindler… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis #1

Reading Analysis: “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment” Part I             In Part I of her essay, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” Sarah Schindler argues how the… Continue Reading →

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