His & Hers?

In her article “His & Hers?”, Suzanne Tick argues how designers around the world should be more inclined to change the perception of what people wear without caring about the gender. What anyone decides to wear needs to be equally accepted. The author mentions how modernism should keep being a necessary transformation in society. As […]

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The Afterword

In the afterword of City of Rhetoric, David Fleming argues that in order for the American society to progress and become even better then us humans should realize of the importance between social trends and the environment. The afterword is rather different from the other chapters in the book because in here Fleming uses various […]

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Commonplace 15

Macklemore is a famous rap artist that has many emotional songs. One of them is Same Love and the lyrics above are from that song. In the song he supports gay people and he explains how it doesn’t matter what you end up growing to be because at the end it doesn’t matter other people’s […]

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Commonplace 14

These lyrics are from Bruno Mars song It Will Rain. This quote “but they’re just afraid of something they can’t understand” can to be applied many individuals daily lives due to the fact that many people get scared when reality hits them instead of solving the issues presented. Instead of trying to understand the problem […]

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Annotated Bibliography 9&10

Exhibit: Broadway, Bill, and Hamil R. Harris. “A NEW PLACE FOR AN OLD CONGREGATION.” The Washington Post, March 14, 1998. https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1998/03/14/a-new-place-for-an-old-congregation/8e5fca17-c537-456a-9acf-dd5dadc6c3c5/?utm_term=.6f3dfc6b27ef. In this article, Bill Broadway and Hamil R. Harris publish in the Washington Post how the Shiloh Baptist Church was reinstated in 1998. The author’s discuss how this fire that occurred in 1991 served […]

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Commonplace 13

In this image FC Barcelona player Sergio Busquets gives out his opinion on what his position is to him. It relates to the real life because there are jobs that are tough and dirty work is necessary in order to make a business work. Those individuals that have the dirty work make it easier for […]

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150th Anniversary

This image was taken by the Washington Post in 2013 while the Shiloh Baptist Church was celebrating 150 years of existence. This image is a political one in the sense that the church was founded by 21 slaves back in the 1800’s and that day Reverend Smith was commemorating the anniversary of the church along […]

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9th and P Street

Chaplins is the other place besides the Shiloh Baptist Church on 9th street that is located in my common place, which is 9th and P street. In the intersection of these two places many people pass by daily and some look nice while others look dangerous. Chaplins restaurant tries to maintain their customers happy by […]

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