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June 7,2020

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Given the events since the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, I reviewed a set of ideas that were in my files. I had summarized my thinking with hopes to develop the analysis I had outlined. I can’t find a date for these notes, but I most likely made them in the mid-1980s. At that time, I had focused a lot on urban policy. In my edited notes below, I am suggesting that violence and protest are as American as apple pie, and another American tradition is that violence breeds counter-violence and protest. Where we stand after the...

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June 7,2020

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 On September 11, 2018, I provided comments to attendees at the HumanitiesDC showcase of the projects that had examined Washington DC in 1968. Based on my work with the DC Living Heritage Network, I suggested a “Gentrification Narratives Framework" to help us think about what a cultural narrative for DC might look like as we look forward beyond 2018. Here’s an outline of my suggestions. 1. Narratives of Disorientation:With the changing physical and demographic landscapes, areas of our city are no longer recognizable.Previous points of visual orientation no longer exist.New spaces and functions leave us wondering where we are.Residents comment constantly...

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