Annotated Bibliography 7&8

7) Harriston, Keith. “On Too Many Street Corners, A Young Fist Ends in a Gun.” The Washington Post, 6 Oct 1991. https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1991/10/06/on-too-many-street-corners-a-young-fist-ends-in-a-gun/a5aa0b15-b346-4497-b9fe-48dd4cd8cc3d/?utm_term=.d770fecb7639.   Keith Harriston argues in his Washington Post article, “On Too Many Street Corners” a Young Fist Ends In a Gun.” that much of the crime that existed in Shaw …

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Annotated Bibliography 3&4

Castaneda, Ruben, and DeNeen L. Brown. “4 Slain, 2 Hurt in NW Club.” The Washington Post, 25 Feb. 1990. https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1990/02/25/4-slain-2-hurt-in-nw-club/24cb2a56-7514-450a-ad6e-5d084c56fede/?utm_term=.47d989d53320. In their article for the Washington Post, Ruben Castaneda and DeNeen L Brown are unintentionally furthering the argument, that encompassed the Shaw neighborhood during the crack epidemic, in that the area …

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Annotated Bibliography 1&2

Gringlas, Sam. “Old Confronts New In A Gentrifying D.C. Neighborhood.” NPR.org, Jan 2017. http://www.npr.org/2017/01/16/505606317/d-c-s-gentrifying-neighborhoods-a-careful-mix-of-newcomers-and-old-timers. Accessed 16 Feb. 2017.   In this article from NPR, Sam Gringlas argues that while the gentrification that is occurring in the Shaw neighborhood in Washington, D.C. is making improvements in safety and community involvement it …

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