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It is important that the New Community Church, a place of accepting and inclusive values, is a physically welcoming place in order to make everyone feel more integrated with a gentrifying community like Shaw, DC. This project describes the rhetorical way in which different groups of people view the gentrification of the Shaw area and […]

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Making Bathrooms More ‘Accommodating’ In “Making Bathrooms More ‘Accommodating’,” Emily Bazelon argues that in order to accommodate transgender people in public restrooms, it is important that society understands that their need to belong is just the same as everyone else’s. Furthermore, this analysis is going to address the ways in which transgender people are looked […]

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Digital Accessibility and Inclusivity: Supporting Values of the New Community Church

The official website of the New Community Church, similar to the design of the exterior and interior of the building itself, radiates the same welcoming, inclusive features. These features include the accessibility of the site and its content, the type of imagery used, and the general layout. The New Community Church continued to use their […]

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Emily Gross Professor Hoskins Writing 100 October 24, 2016 Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation through Physical Design of the Built Environment In Part III of this article, Schindler tell us the way in which law had historically been used to exclude certain people in an obvious way and then how today there are laws that […]

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