UNMC

Universal Nationalist Memorial Church sits just on the corner of 16th street and S Street. The church is visible from the front stoop of the home at 1618 and other than the dog park located the opposite direction, is the closest public space for residents of the area. Churches are often very focused on creating […]

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The Eastern Barrier

This snippet of 14th Street  and S Street is indicative of the large changes in investment that have swept through the neighborhood. The street is almost entirely restaurants and food establishments, many of which are priced for the upper end of the socioeconomic spectrum. The remainder is storefronts ranging from high end furniture and clothing […]

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Washinton Post Articles shed Light on 1618 S Street

Man stabbed to death by assailant in auto. (1933, May 15). The Washington Post (1923-1954) Retrieved from http://proxyau.wrlc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/150479827?accountid=8285 1.    Background Within this Washington Post news article, author George Brown reports on the murder of a DC resident in which it is argued that twenty-four-year-old John Schanks was a victim of a hate crime. Schanks was at the […]

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