Living in Transition:  The Nation's Capital

by Janet Sims-Wood, Ph.D.

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Definitions:

Cardozo - A high school in Washington, D.C., named after
     Francis H. Cardozo
Discrimination - Unfair or different treatment because of race,
     religion, etc.
Emancipation - The act or process of setting or making free
Photography - The creation of pictures by exposing film inside a
     camera to light
Propaganda - A movement organized to spread a particular set of
     ideas.
Protests - An objection or display of unwillingness
Rations - A fixed daily food allowance
Scurlock - Family name of the famous Black photographers who
     owned studios in Washington, D.C.
Transition - Movement from one place or condition to another
WAVES - Women enlisted in the U.S. Navy (Women Accepted for
     Volunteer Emergency Service)

 

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HUAN 6 
November 2000