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Funded Justice Campaign for Anacostia

As many of you know, I’m a resident of Anacostia, a neighborhood that many in Washington, DC continue to associate with crime, poverty, and disrepair. I write this post in the hope that you will support a community effort to hire legal counsel to defend the Historic Preservation of Derelict District Properties Act of 2016 and the promised Class A retail making up an integral part of the Big K Special Merit Project. 358 more words

Anacostia

Gearing up for School Opening: Eliot-Hine's Upcoming Events & Key Dates!

Principal Young’s welcome letter for the new school year and a fun video she created for the community! To learn more from Principal Young and ask questions in person, check out the below upcoming Eliot-Hine events: 91 more words

Eliot-Hine

Trying to sort out my feelings

I got burglarized two weeks ago. They threw stones at my house until the glass in my back door broke, then unlocked the door and let themselves in. 1,365 more words

Cartomancy

Mural work

I have made a few murals, but nothing compares to doing them outside.  It’s a whole new game for me. I’ve been lucky these past few days – no rain, nice weather, shade.   221 more words

Art

Tropical water lilies at Kenilworth

I just love the vibrant colors of the tropical water lilies at Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, like this one that I photographed on Sunday during a brief trip there. 58 more words

Photography

Here's What You Need to Know About Ben Carson's Plan to Have His Black Card Permanently Revoked

Submitted to iMWiL! by Africa Jackson

Though most political conversation on social media is saturated with wholly unproductive anti-Trump rhetoric, Uncle Ben is out here on a sunken place parade and we need to pay closer attention. 833 more words

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