Annotated Bibliography 9 & 10

Schwartzman, Paul. “A Bittersweet Renaissance.” The Washington Post, February 23, 2006, sec. Metro. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/22/AR2006022202508.html. In his 2006 article Bittersweet Renaissance Paul Schwartzman interviews native of Washington D.C. neighborhoods such as Shaw giving them a platform to discuss the changes they have seen in they have seen in their neighborhoods and the repercussions of such changes on […]

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House of Ruth

The House of Ruth, operated out of a Thomas Circle home base, serves women and children harmed by domestic abuse. The organization’s annual report lists its accomplishments and talks about its services. It use of “services” compared to that of the Meridian and its amenities paint two distinctly different pictures of opportunity and wealth. These […]

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Elder Power

Elder Power in Thomas Circle. Politics is at the core of Thomas Circle because Thomas circle is at the core of the most political space in the United States. Only a short walk from the White House and the Capital, many groups use this space to start their marches and protests to the government center. […]

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Digital Archives Exterior and Political 3: Channing E. Philips Apartment Complex

Channing E. Philips renovated apartment complex The Channing E. Philips is an apartment complex located in the 1750 7th street NW. The building is currently being renovated. However, the building so far has glass windows and a metallic outer frame. This apartment complexes are supposed to be for low income residents within the community and […]

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