Fleming’s Conclusion. RA 5

In part three, chapter 8 of his book, City of Rhetoric author David Fleming concludes that the whole purpose of the book was to study how the circumstances in which someone grows up affects them in different ways. He describes an low-income African ghetto,an affluent white suburb,a mixed “urban village” a high-rise, an inner city […]

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Commonplace 13: LGBTQ on 14th

“And with Whitman-Walker’s new facility comes a boost in the services they provide. The new building features 28 medical exam rooms, nine dental suites, a concierge, health and wellness suites, physical therapy, and, at the ground level, an expanded pharmacy. Among the services that 1525 will continue to offer are primary medical care, psychiatry, pharmacy, […]

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LGBTQ,AIDS/HIV, and Diversity on 14th Street NW, Washington DC AB 9&10

Exhibit: Cohen, Matt. “Whitman-Walker Opens New, Sleek Headquarters On 14th Street.”dcist.com, 5 Jun 2015. In his piece, Matt Cohen recognizes Whitman-Walker as “D.C.’s leading provider of HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ care and services” and a “pillar” of 14th  Street culture to elaborate upon their expansion to a new location. He then continues to provide background on how […]

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