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What would locals like others know about Washington, DC? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:
D.C. Mayor to Biden: Your Teleworking Employees Are Killing My City
American Indian Museum comes of age
Concepcion Picciotto, Who Kept Vigil by White House for Three Decades, Dies – NYT
18 Photos That Will Change Your View of Washington – Politico
In New Drainage Projects, Long-Buried Urban Streams See the Light Again
WPFW – wpfwfm.org – is dedicated to programming which reflects progressive social change and democracy. The station will continue and further a global, humanistic, and futuristic approach to news, public affairs, the creative arts and cultural programming.
The Stuart Center seeks to create a more just world where the dignity of each person and the integrity of all creation are fully recognized.
Meditation: A Pathway for Difficult Times
Five great Art Deco buildings in DC
The National Museum of the American Indian is the first national museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans.
Metro Map Story – Washington Post
– Chris Richards, “Move along with the soundtrack of Metro’s screechy, wailing escalators
Benito Juarez Statue
Statue of Benito Juárez is located in the “Juárez Circle” in Washington, D.C.
This statue was a gift from the people of Mexico in reciprocity to the statue of President Abraham Lincoln located in Lincoln Park in Mexico City.
We can see what’s always been there. Seeing what’s next is the tough part.
Long Branch Nature Center
Capitol – Capitol Hill – City – Congress – DC – Embassy – Lincoln Memorial – National Mall – Senate – Smithsonian – Supreme Court – The Ellipse – Washington Monument – White House
Museums and Exhibits