There is uncovered history everywhere. In every little suspecting place, whether you are in a major city such as Washington DC, or just walking down the street in your own neighborhood, there is rhetoric that can be uncovered in every… Continue Reading →
Here are some of the sources I have used to delve into the history and people of Shaw. In this bibliography you will find a review of the sources, along with a summary and its credibility. Meyer, Eugene L. “Washington’s… Continue Reading →
Today, walking down Riggs Street in Shaw neighborhood of Northwest Washington, you might not think much of the rows of town houses, besides the bright colors of the houses that liven up the look of the street. Located in… Continue Reading →
Hi! My name is Kathleen Oliver and I am a freshman at American University. I was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and I am the biggest Boston sports fan and Dunkin Donuts addict you will ever meet. This edspace focuses on the rhetorical setting in America today, and specifically on Riggs Street located in the Shaw neighborhood in DC. I hope you enjoy!